A flood alert remains in place for the Isle of Wight's Eastern Yar, where water levels are high.

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The Environment Agency said less rain fell overnight than was feared, with 10mm recorded at Wroxall.

However, it warned the river would still rise in the Alverstone area until 6pm.

It said there could be minor impact flooding to roads and gardens in Alverstone overnight and into tomorrow (Sunday, November 19).

Sandown could see a rise until 8am tomorrow.

The Environment Agency said: "No further impactful rain is forecast, so water levels should slowly return to normal for the time of year."

Its flood alert will remain in force until the river level measured at Sandown falls to 1.07mAOD, adding it would continue to manage the water level at Bembridge.