Weather warnings are in place as Guernsey is set to be battered by Storm Ciara this weekend.
Gale force 9 winds are due to hit the island later today into tomorrow.
Bad weather is forecast into early next week.
Guernsey Police is urging people to avoid the West Coast Saturday night into Sunday and to use inland routes instead.
It’s been a very pleasant week, weather wise.— Guernsey Police (@GuernseyPolice) February 7, 2020
But that’s all set to change.
Make sure @NetflixUK @BBCiPlayer and @PrimeVideo are at the ready on Sunday - there’s a storm brewin’
Read the attached for more. And stay safe. @GuernseyMet for the latest pic.twitter.com/I7MaLE2oiv
A tide warning has been issued for 06:31 tomorrow morning.
Travel disruption is also expected - with Condor cancelling sailings on Sunday and Monday and Aurigny warning that its flights could be affected.
The UK Met Office has issued a 'danger to life' warning, with wind speeds of more than 80mph set to create the worst storm in the UK since 2013.