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.
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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.
A section of the sea wall on Victoria Avenue in St Helier has collapsed during Storm Eleanor this morning.