- 10 updates
After a week of windy and wet weather it seems the islands are finally having a reprieve.
Here are some of the incredible scenes we've seen from across the week.
A section of Greve de Lecq pier in Jersey has collapsed after gales hit the islands again this morning.
Large chunks of railing and parts of the car park have also been been washed away.
An orange weather warning continues to be in force today across the Channel Islands. The winds however will start to moderate as the day goes on.
Homes in Guernsey have flooded this morning, due to high tides and strong winds from Storm Eleanor.
Families at Rocquaine are trapped inside their homes due to high water levels.
Temporary road closures are being put in place, north of the Imperial Hotel Junction. Route du Pulias is also flooding.
L'eree is inaccessible due to a large amount of water on the road. There is a large amount of debris on the road at Perelle.
There is also a report of a fallen tree opposite the Venture Inn, Rue de la Villiaze, Forest.
Islanders are being asked to take care when out and about, after red weather warnings have been issued by Jersey Met.
Winds are expected to reach Storm Force 10 later, and high tides will see water come over the sea walls along Jersey's South coast and Guernsey's West coast during this evening's high tide.
Flooding could even occur during tomorrow morning's high tide at 7:03am.
Latest ITV News reports
An orange weather warning, the second highest level of alert, remains in place for gale-force winds.
Businesses will begin a clean up operation after Storm Eleanor brought gusts of 70 mph and caused flooding in Jersey and Guernsey.