With the strong southwest winds continuing, some splash over of waves is likely at the next 4 high tides, approximately 10:31 and 23:00 today, 11:13 and 23:42 tomorrow. Areas at risk include the north of Douglas promenade, Laxey and Ramsey promenades and parts of the coast around the south of the island.
Also, rain will become persistent tonight and through tomorrow, turning heavy at times, especially over the hills. Amounts of 10-20 mm until early Tuesday are likely, with 20-60 mm on the hills, giving a slight risk of localised flooding.
Tidal Flood Warnings
|Port St Mary|
River/Rainfall Flood Warnings
686100 - recorded telephone message (local rate)
Met Office Forecaster
0900 6243 200 - direct line to Ronaldsway Met Office (premium rate 48p per minute)
Key to icon and colour references
|No warning in operation. Flooding not expected or danger passed.|
|Flood Watch - Flooding possible. Be aware of and prepare for risk of flooding (situation will be monitored and information updated).|
|Minor flooding is likely inland (e.g. due to blocked drains, etc.) or waves are likely to break over exposed coastal roads with debris and temporary flooding|
|Significant risk of flooding likely to cause damage and/or disruption|
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