Storm Angus: Channel Islands on alert after more weather warnings issued for tonight

Storm Angus is set to hit the Bailiwicks again tonight, causing more disruption and devastation across the islands.

The storm first hit in the early hours of Sunday morning, bringing record-breaking winds of force twelve in Guernsey - the highest they've had since 1990 - and gusts of up to 87mph in Jersey.

Islanders have spent the day clearing up the wreckage and mess left in the wake of the storm.

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Islanders warned to avoid the outdoors as Storm Angus approaches

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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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