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Yellow weather warning issued for coastal overtopping

Peel predicted to be hit hardest

A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Isle of Man Met Office as Storm Ciara continues to batter parts of the Island.

The warning is for coastal overtopping onto exposed coastal roads and promenades around times of high tides tonight and tomorrow.

Peel is predicted to be hit hardest, with Fenalla Beach and the northeast end of Peel Promenade flagged up as parts most likely to be affected.

There's also a small risk of minor flooding near midday at the Tongue in Douglas and the West Quay area in Ramsey.

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