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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Blue Islands plane damaged by storm

Guernsey Airport

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.

Blue Islands is this morning assessing the damage and working to restore our normal operation. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

– Rob Veron, Blue Islands CEO

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