Forecasters predict damage to weakened areas, affected by Storm Doris
The newly-named 'Storm Ewan' will hit the Isle of Man today - with local forecasters predicting damage across eastern parts of the Island.
Ronaldsway Met Office says it won't be as windy as Storm Doris - experienced earlier in the week, but may hit areas weakened by it.
Winds will pick up this morning, although they won't be with us for long - by mid-afternoon, Ewan is expected to veer south-westerly, and ease again.
Areas worst affected will include Castletown Promenade, and the northern end of Douglas Promenade - with some 'coastal overtopping'.
The storm will begin to subside at around 3pm - forecaster Neil Young explains what we're likely to see: