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 are being urged to take extra care on the roads during the storms

Jersey Fire & Rescue are warning islanders to take extra care on the roads this evening.

Debris on Jersey roads after Storm Angus Credit: Jersey Honorary Police

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.

With the recent inclement weather and more forecast for this evening and into tomorrow, we would like to remind road users to be aware of the conditions.

There is a lot of debris which has fallen over the last couple of days and leaves on the road, leading to a slippery surface when combined with the rain.

We would advise people to reduce their speed and drive to the conditions

– Jersey Fire & Rescue

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