Police warn of debris, standing water on roads following storm

The police are continuing to advise caution to those using the Island's roads this morning following Storm Eleanor.

Winds reaching up to 85mph hit the Island last night, resulting in a debris on the roads, flooding and waves coming over the sea walls.

Although the red weather warning is no longer in place, an amber warning remains until this afternoon as the next high tide is expected to result in more coastal overtopping.

Police warn there may be substantial debris and standing water around the Island, although a number of fallen trees have already been removed.