The first warning is for overnight on Wednesday into Thursday between the hours of 02:00-07:00. Forecasters say that there will be a spell of very strong winds bringing gusts of 60-70mph to the Island. In addition, a spell of heavy rain will move through culminating in an extremely heavy spell for a short time.
During the short spell of intense rain, winds will be gusting close to 80mph before will ease as dawn approaches. Some 10-15mm of rain is expected to fall within just a few hours which could result in flash flooding.
Islanders are warned that the bad weather could result in falling tree debris and the possibility of structural damage. Cross-Solent travel disruption is expected to be minimal as the winds will have eased by the start of the working day.
A second warning has been issued for 09:00 on Saturday until 03:00 on Monday morning. The weekend is set to be another wet and windy one with gusts of up to 70mph expected alongside heavy spells of rain. Although the winds will ease overnight, they will pick up again on Sunday. Further gusts of 70mph are expected on Sunday.
The weekend could see up to 30mm of rainfall which could lead to flooding in the usual prone areas.