Storm Agnes is on her way!
The Isle of Man could be placed under an amber weather warning tomorrow (27 September).
A yellow warning is currently set to come into force at 2pm on Wednesday but Ronaldsway Met Office says this could be upgraded.
Storm Agnes is due to bring a deep area of low pressure which will affect much of the British Isles.
Strong south west winds will increase to gale force in the afternoon before increasing to severe gale force in the evening.
A mean wind speed of 40-50mph,with gusts of 55-65mph, is likely with 70mph possible in the most exposed spots.
There’s a risk of fallen trees causing disruption to travel as well as minor structural damage to buildings.
The majority of tomorrow’s sailings have been cancelled as a result of the incoming storm – you can find out more HERE.