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Jersey Met Office offer reassurance in the wake of Storm Ciarán

03 November 2023

Jersey Met Office has confirmed that the weather remains unsettled with further wet and windy spells. However, there are no signs of any significant storms or heavy rainfall events affecting the Channel Islands over the next six days.

The Spanish Meteorological Agency has named the next low pressure 'Storm Domingos', which is set to bring disruption to parts of Spain, Portugal and France on Saturday.  Storm Domingos is not expected to directly affect the Channel Islands.

There will be occasional gales and rainfall over the weekend, but this will be much less than what was experienced Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Saturday will see the wind reach force 5 to 7, with the chance of wind touching gale force 8 briefly at times, which is normal for this time of year.

During the early hours of Sunday the wind will reach force 7 to gale force 8 and may briefly reach severe gale force 9, but this will only be for a short time, and the winds will ease later on Sunday morning.

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