The treacherous weather has made it a very busy day for North Yorkshire firefighters.
Crews have been called out to numerous incidents of flooding across the county.
A team in Knaresborough helped several residents to evacuate their homes after they were inundated by high levels of floodwater.
They also rescued their pets.
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A busy day saw crews assist a fell rescue team at 8.53am save 18 sheep stuck on stonewalling due to high levels of water in the Kilnsey Cragg area.
At 10.28am, firefighters pumped water from a flooded basement in Mill Lane, Spofforth.
A car drove into flood water and got stuck on the A684 at Worton. A fire crew called out at 1.39pm helped the occupants to safety. Later in the day they assisted more drivers and passengers stuck in flood water on the same road in Appersett.
At 2.07pm, firefighters made safe corrugated iron roofing which was dangerously unsafe at High Bentham.
They pumped out water from a flooded basement on Westgate, Pickering at 2.23pm.
Using sandbags and small tools, firefighters helped divert flood water away from residential properties in Summerbridge at 2.49pm.
Firefighters went on to help with flooding incidents at Dacre Banks, Burniston near Scarborough, Pateley Bridge and Long Marston.
With more heavy rainfall, a number of flood warnings and alerts are in effect around North Yorkshire.
Trains delayed and cancelled
There are also problems again on the East Coast Main Line between York/Leeds and London. Part of your journey could be by coach and there is a limited servic of them operating too.
Also trains in and out of Leeds have been disrupted today after a boat hit a pontoon under the station. This affects Northern and TPE as well as LNER. but we are told lines are reopening.
Trains have to run at reduced speed between Northallerton and Darlington due to high winds. Services running through these stations may be delayed by up to 10 minutes.
Disruption is expected until the end of the day.
The M62 Ouse Bridge between J36 and J37 is closed to high sided and vulnerable vehicles due to strong winds as has the Humber Bridge too.