Two weather warnings for heavy rain come into force for the Isle of Wight later this morning (Thursday).

A Met Office yellow alert goes live at 11am and will run until 10pm.

It warns of spray and flooding on roads and the 'likely' flooding of a few homes and businesses.

Meanwhile, a separate Isle of Wight Met Service warning comes into place from 10am.

Forecaster Jamie Russell, from the Met Service, said: "Rainfall totals of 15-20mm will be rather widespread but perhaps as much as 35mm of rain falling locally, and with the water table still being very high, it could well lead to a few issues."

He is warning of potential 'hazardous driving conditions'.

The Met Service alert is live until 8pm.