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.
At this time of year vegetation and siltation of our hundreds of waterways can be prolific, resulting in low flows or even blockage. If we suddenly experience a heavy downpour and the rainwater is unable to drain away, there could be serious flooding.
It is therefore really important that landowners maintain their watercourses to reduce the risk of flooding to the surrounding areas and neighbouring properties.
Storm Angus hit Guernsey in the early hours of Sunday, bringing winds of force twelve - the highest on record since 1990.
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.
Dozens of trees down, damaged property and flooding were the result of record-breaking winds hitting the Channel Islands last night.