Rough seas at Freshwater Bay on Sunday.
UPDATED 20:08*HIGH winds and rain have already begun to batter the Isle of Wight, as the St Jude storm approaches.
These pictures show the build up and precautions being taken across the Island.
Island Roads have strategically placed piles of sandbags across the Island, like these at Yarmouth.
The Police have issued warnings telling the public to take extra care as the storm is due to hit between midnight tonight (Sunday) and 9am tomorrow (Monday).
The Met Office has issued an amber warning for South East England and winds are expected to reach anything up to 80 miles per hour in coastal areas.
Hovertravel has suspended it's services between Ryde and Portsmouth, while Wightlink were forced to cancel the 15.20 service from Yarmouth to Lymington.
Binstead and Wootton have experienced flooding.
Flooding on Binstead Hill
Ian Yeo, Isle of Wight Ambulance Services, said: "An additional ambulance has been put in place for this evening and staff in the integrated Care Hub at St. Mary’s are providing health advice and guidance to Islanders via the 111 number.
"I would urge Islanders to only call 999 with life threatening conditions only, such as heart attacks, strokes, broken bones, severe bleeding or breathing difficulties. Our 111 number is free from both land lines and mobiles for health advice. The national NHS website at www.nhs.uk contains a massive amount of information and advice as well."
The IW NHS Trust has asked for people to look out for each other, especially the elderly.
It has also asked Islanders to consider how serious their health problems are, when choosing which hospital service to use (999, 111, www.nhs.uk or GP Surgery),
The Coastguard issued a warning earlier today, telling people to stayclear of cliff top edges and to take extra care on the Island's beaches.
Waves at Fort Victoria
The high winds forced the Needles Park, Alum Bay, to partly close, while there was no vehicle access to The Needles Old Battery and Headland.
If you are having problems with the storm or have any details about individual areas please tweet us using the hashtags #cpStorm and #iwstorm
Secure loose outdoor items such as garden furniture or ladders; and bring in as many items as possible that are lying around outside
Securely fasten doors, windows, loft trapdoors and storm shutters
Vehicles should be parked in the garage, if available; otherwise they should be kept clear of buildings, trees, walls and fences
Ensure you have a torch available with spare batteries and a fully charged mobile phone
Think carefully before you travel. Driving conditions are expected to be difficult this evening, overnight and tomorrow morning - if you do need to travel by road, plan your journey in advance and check the latest weather and driving conditions before you set out
When on the road, be aware of sudden gusts of wind, and give high-sided vehicles, caravans, motorbikes and bicycles plenty of space
Dial 101 when contacting police when it's not an emergency. Calling 999 when it is not an emergency can reduce our effectiveness at dealing with genuine emergencies.