The Isle of Wight is expecting to feel winds of up to 70 miles per hour, from Saturday into Sunday morning, as a second weather waring is issued.

After an earlier Met Office warning, the Isle of Wight Met Service is also telling us to be ready for gusts of 50-60mph and more, over the highest hills.

The bad weather will hit the Island between 2am on Saturday and 4am on Sunday. 

It says winds will ease a little during the afternoon, before strengthening again overnight and into early Sunday morning.

Isle of Wight forecasters say: "The system bringing the wind on Saturday is rather unusual.

"This is because the majority of our gales come from the west-south.

"This means that places that are often sheltered during storms from the southwest may find that they are completely exposed to the full brunt of the gale and this may potentially lead to structural damage in a few areas along with lots of tree debris.

"High ground will see the worst of the winds, although due to the wind direction we are not expecting large waves around the Island's coast.

"The northern coast will be exceptionally choppy and turbulent."

CLICK HERE to see the Met Office's warning for Saturday, from the early hours of the morning until 6pm.