Isle of Wight residents are being warned about the possibility of localised flooding, as heavy rain and showers are predicted for the next 48 hours.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for the South East, including the Isle of Wight, which is valid until midnight on Wednesday.
It expects further heavy rain or showers, adding that the public should be aware of the risk of localised surface-water flooding.
Strong winds were reported on Tuesday at the Needles Old Battery. Custodian Hannah Griffiths told Isle of Wight Radio: "We've got about 40 knots here, so just about a force 9. It blows direct South-Westerly so it hits right on our parade ground. We've still got a few visitors on sight, who are fairly hardy and wrapped up warm. We've had the occasional squally shower, but it's certainly not the worst we've seen this year."
Meanwhile, a dangerous branch at St Lawrence was said by the Isle of Wight Council to have been cleared by Highways Officers on Tuesday morning.
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