The Isle of Man has been hit by bad weather with Gansey, Castletown and Douglas promenade taking a pounding this lunchtime.
Rough seas coupled with high tides means anyone near to the coastline will be in for a soaking.
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The sea wall is part of the £86 million Rossall and Anchorsholme coastal defence schemes. It's been delivered by the Fylde Peninsula Coastal Programme, a partnership between Blackpool Council, Wyre Council and the Environment Agency, with the work carried out by Balfour Beatty.
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Disruption to flights to/ from Liverpool John Lennon Airport due to poor weather. Some flights have been diverted to Manchester Airport while snow is cleared from the runway.
Snow is starting to fall in parts of the North West. In Manchester it's already starting to lay with more expected into the evening - the minimum temperature -2 deg C (28 deg F).
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Alert of snow for North West England for Boxing Day.
Areas which could be affected are: Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Halton, Lancashire, Merseyside and Warrington.
The Yellow Alert, which is the third most severe and means people should 'be aware,' is valid from 1100 on Friday December 26 to 0600 on Saturday.