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Jersey Fire & Rescue are warning islanders to take extra care on the roads this evening.
Jersey Met have issued a red weather alert, warning that Force 10 winds could hit Jersey tonight. Drivers are being advisers to "reduce their speed" and be cautious.
There is a build up of debris around the island following the record-breaking winds at the weekend.
The warning comes after a vehicle ended up on its side after a crash on La Grande Route De Saint-Martin this morning.
Guernsey Traffic and Highways services have released flood reduction warnings following the record-breaking winds over the weekend.
Islanders are being advised to "maintain their waterways" to reduce flooding in Guernsey, in the wake of Storm Angus.
Following the record-breaking gusts in the island over the weekend, there is a build up of debris in and around water courses.
Storm Angus hit Guernsey in the early hours of Sunday, bringing winds of force twelve - the highest on record since 1990.
Jersey Meteorological Department have issued a second red weather warning - the highest alert level.
Islanders are warned that Force 10 winds could hit Jersey this evening.
Residents are advised to "avoid outside activity" and "follow the advice of authorities".
The alert comes after Storm Angus arrived in the Bailiwicks in the early hours of Sunday, bringing record-breaking winds in Guernsey and gusts of up to 87mph in Jersey.
Two cars in Jersey became covered in bricks, after a wall collapsed during stormy weather.
The cars were parked on Palace Close, St Saviour.
Car owner Calvin Baudains sent the photos in to ITV News, saying "Hurricane Angus put a wall on my car".
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Passengers are being warned their flights could be disrupted today, after a plane belonging to local airline Blue Islands was damaged in last night's storm.
The aircraft was hit by a piece of airport equipment while parked at Guernsey Airport.
People are being advised to remain indoors where possible and avoid outdoor activities, with 'Storm Angus' due to pass near the Channel Islands soon.
Winds are expected to reach up to a storm force ten mid-channel, with a red warning in place - the highest alert level - and a severe gale force nine on land.
Jersey Met say trees are likely to fall overnight, with the strongest winds of up to 75mph in Guernsey and 70mph in Jersey, predicted to hit between 9pm and 3am.
Flights later on today may also be affected, according to Jersey Met.
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Jersey Fire have issued some helpful advice for islanders across the Bailiwick's ahead of tonight's RED weather warning.
Winds of up to almost 90mph hit the Channel Islands last night, leading to fallen trees, damaged property and road closures.