We are being warned to take extra care on Jersey's roads as severe gale force winds have brought down trees and branches.
Police say we should watch out for debris, and allow more time for our journeys.
Jersey Met had issued a Red level warning for gusts of 70 miles an hour overnight as Storm Atiyah battered parts of Britain.
Yesterday's Battle of Flowers Christmas Parade was postponed until next Sunday (15th December) because of the conditions.
Sunday's sailing of Condor's Commodore Clipper was cancelled, and Monday's Liberation and Rapide service have also been pulled.
Winds are forecast to ease through the morning.
It's been a stormy night in the Channel Islands overnight. Here are the highest gusts recorded so far, along with the wind recorded at St Helier harbour over the last 24 hours. pic.twitter.com/V9DHI2OnVo— Jersey Met (@Jersey_Met) December 9, 2019
Wind today: Northwest strong F7 to gale F8 with gusts to 55 mph, decreasing fresh F5 to strong F6 by early afternoon, then moderate F4 by early evening, backing west light F2 to 3 by midnight, then south to southwest and increasing moderate F4 to fresh F5 by dawn.— Jersey Met (@Jersey_Met) December 9, 2019