Several roads are blocked by fallen trees and debris, as strong winds have battered the Channel Islands overnight.
Gusts of up to seventy miles and hour have been recorded by Jersey Met at St Helier Harbour.
The Goodwill freight ship took shelter north of Sark at around 3am rather than attempting to get into St Peter Port.
An orange level warning for winds up to severe gale force nine is in place for the Channel Islands area.
Wind Warning 54/01 issued 02:48 UTC Monday 16 January 2023 pic.twitter.com/hl35gxMlyK— CI Weather Warnings (@Jersey_MetCI) January 16, 2023
States of Jersey Police said it was receiving numerous reports of roads that were impassable.
Motorists were being warned to take extra care on the roads and allow more time for their journeys.
Jersey's Les Quennevais Sports Centre is closed due to damage to the building caused by the high winds:
🚨 The Building at Les Quennevais has been damaged in the overnight winds and is closed for safety reasons. The Fire Service on the scene and members of the public are asked to please stay away. We will provide an update for our customers as soon as possible.🚨 pic.twitter.com/cQ2AJ9YpA7— Les Quennevais SC (@LQSportsCentre) January 16, 2023
The Co-op at Sion in St John has also lost part of its roof.