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Met Office issues amber warning for Storm Brian

Sat, 21 Oct 2017


The Isle of Man Met Office is warning of coastal overtopping as Storm Brian reaches the Island.

Forecasters at Ronaldsway are expecting waves to come over the seawalls at high tide this afternoon.

An amber weather warning has been issued from 11am to 3pm as the conditions are expected to bring seawater and debris onto coastal roads.

The worst of the conditions are expected to be at Fenella Beach in Peel, Port St Mary, Shore Road in Rushen, Castletown promenade and Douglas promenade, but Laxey and Ramsey could also be affected.

The Met Office has also warned that there could be minor inner harbour flooring in Castletown and Ramsey.

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