Higher than normal spring tides may cause flooding in low-lying areas from Sunday through to next Thursday.
National Security Minister Wayne Caines urged “homeowners and businesses in areas prone to flooding, to take the necessary precautions to secure and protect their property” from damage.
“The public will recall in October 2017, when unusually high tides flooded low lying areas around the island,” he said.
“In particular, King’s Square, Kindley Field Road, and LF Wade International Airport in St George’s experienced significant flooding.”
Anyone with vehicles parked at the airport should move them to avoid the risk of flood damage.
For more information, visit the Bermuda Weather Service website or the US-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration website.