Flood warnings have been issued for Yarmouth, Cowes, East Cowes, Newport, Gurnard, Wootton, Seaview and Spring Vale.
Yarmouth to Lymington Wightlink service has been suspended due to high winds.
Southern Vectis Route 8 now operating, with care.
Portsmouth to Fishbourne Wightlink service is running 45 minutes behind schedule.
Merstone Lane and Chapel Road have been closed due to flooding, according to Island Roads.
Latest road closure information from Island Roads, issued at 14:20
Roads closed due to flooding:
Harding Shute, Ryde
Blackwater Road / Blackwater Hollow, Newport
Calbourne Road, Calbourne (by Calbourne Mill)
Roads flooded but passable with care:
Sandown Road, Arreton (near Topline Windows / Wight Building Materials)
Elenors Grove / Quarr Hill, Binstead
Sandy Lane, Gatcombe
Main Road, Brighstone (by the 3 Bishops Pub)
Yarmouth Road (between Newport and Bouldnor
Smallbrook Lane, Ryde
Dodnor Lane, Newport
Walkers Lane, Shorwell
Merstone Lane, Merstone
Whippingham Road, Whippingham
Shalfleet Road, Shalfleet
High Street, Freshwater
Warlands Lane, Shalfleet
Wilmingham Lane, Freshwater
Main Road, Thorley
High Street, Bembrige
Beaper Shute, Ryde
Briddlesford Road (by the Tip), Newport
Princelett Shute, Newchurch
Canteen Road, Whiteley Bank
High Street, Carisbrooke
High Street, Wootton (by The Sloop)
Colemans Lane, Porchfield
Whitwell Road, Whitwell
Salters Road, Binstead
Granville Road, Totland
Elm Road, Calbourne
Town Lane, Chale
High Street / Coach Lane, Brading
Island Roads has warned drivers to take extreme care on the roads and only travel if essential this afternoon. New reports of flooding are being received every few minutes.
The Isle of Wight Council has said a flood alert has been issued for Monktonmead Brook. For information and advice call Floodline on 0345 988 1188.
Southern Vectis has said that due to flooding, Route 2 will not serve Merstone and will divert via Rookley in both directions.
Island Roads has warned of flooding in the following Eleanors Grove and Quarr Hill.
It said the following roads were heavily flooded, and urged drivers to avoid them: Granville Rd, Totland, Culver Parade, Sandown, Elm Road, Calbourne and Sandown Road (near Topline Windows/Wight Building Materials).
Water levels have been rising at Gurnard Marsh, as shown in the photograph below (taken at 13:00), courtesy of @WightBuoy, via Twitter.
Water on the road between Newport and Yarmouth, as shown in the photograph below, courtesy of @ARoweOfficial, via Twitter.
Southern Vectis has reported delays on Routes 4 and 9 due to water on the road at Quarr Hill.
Island Roads has made sandbags available from:
Caesars Road, Newport
Moa Place, Freshwater
The Sloop, Wootton
Marsh Road, Gurnard.
Blackwater Road/Blackwater Hollow has been closed due to flooding and mud on the road according to Island Roads.
There is a large amount of surface water at the junction of West Street and Whitwell Road in Godshill, according to residents.
A flood warning has been issued for the Eastern Yar, by the Environment Agency, according to the Isle of Wight Council.
The Met Office has extended its warning for rain tomorrow (Saturday). It original forecast heavy rain until 6am, however it has now extended that until 8pm.
Island Roads is to make sandbags available from Moa Place, Freshwater, according to the Isle of Wight Council. It follows a flood alert issued for the Westerm Yar.
Island Roads has said it has received reports of flooding across the Isle of Wight and urge drivers to take extra care.
Affected areas include Coppid Hall Farm, Smallbook Lane, Beaper Shute and between Newport and Yarmouth, on Forest Road and Bouldnor Road.
A van has come off the road at Bullys Hill, Brading, however no-one is believed to have been injured.
A flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Western Yar according to the Isle of Wight Council. It said flooding was possible for the Western Yar through Freshwater.
Wightlink is running a coach shuttle service to take FastCat customers between Ryde Pier and Fishbourne car ferry port. Coaches are leaving at xx20 and xx40. The FastCat service is currently suspended.
Reports of flooding along Sandown Road, junction with Merston Road, Elm Road in Calbourne and Granville Road, Totland, according to Island Roads. They are investigating if the roads need to be closed.
Island Roads is investigating reports of sea water coming over sea wall at Culver Parade, Sandown, and it was considering whether the road needed to be closed.
Wightlink's Fast Cat service has been suspended due to high winds and tidal conditions.
Hovertravel services have been suspended.
All cross-Solent services are operating to timetable.