Stay away from trees and in the wake of the November storms, the danger of falling trees is higher than ever. The public is also urged to stay away from damaged woodland where clear-up operations are on-going and not to shelter under trees in a thunder storm.

Stay away from the sea. The police are still searching for a German waiter who was swept into the sea with his colleague who died when they approached the sea front in Cala Figuera last week.

Drivers must proceed with extreme caution. With high winds and heavy rain on the roads, the Guardia Civil will be out on patrol in force, but drivers have a responsibility to drive with care and intelligence.

Keep doors and windows closed and remove any light objects from balconies and roof terraces.

Stay clear of walls and awnings and do not touch electrical cables. Do not carry any large metallic objects out in the open in the event of being caught in an electrical storm.

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