Gale force wind and heavy rain to hit Island
Two weather warnings have been issued by the Isle of Man MET office.
A yellow warning is out, advising people to be aware of severe gale force winds of up to 65mph in exposed areas, and heavy rain that could see up to 60mm falling over the hills.
Both could cause minor damage, flooding and travel disruption.
An amber warning has also been issued for coastal overtopping, advising people be prepared for the impact and potential risk of injury.
The areas most at risk are Shore Road Rushen, Castletown Promenade, and the northern end of Douglas Promenade as well as Laxey and Ramsey Promenades during the 10am tide tomorrow.
More information can be found here.