UPDATED FRIDAY 15:34*
WARNINGS for ice and cold weather have been issued by the Met Office for the Isle of Wight.
*The yellow 'be aware' warning for ice has been extended and is now in force from 3pm on Saturday to noon on Sunday. The warning was previously from 6pm on Saturday to 10am on Sunday.
The Met Office said: "Outbreaks of rain, sleet and some snow will gradually clear southwards during Saturday night, and with temperatures falling rapidly through the evening and night, there is a risk of icy surfaces.
"The rain, sleet and snow may linger in parts of southern England well into Sunday morning, by which time it will be light and mainly falling as snow.
"While local accumulations of up to 2cm of snow are possible on some higher level roads, it is the risk of ice which is expected to present the main problem."
A yellow 'alert and readiness' cold weather warning has also been issued for the Island and is in force from 6am on Saturday until 6am on Tuesday.
The Met Office said: "There is a 70% probability of severe cold weather/icy conditions/heavy snow between 6am on Saturday and 6am on Tuesday in parts of England.
"This weather could increase the health risks to vulnerable patients and disrupt the delivery of services."
Heavy rain is forecast for most of Saturday with lows of 5C during the day and 2C overnight.
Sunday is dry with lows of 2C during the day, dropping to 0C overnight.