North Yorkshire Police have issued a warning to drivers heading to the coast this morning (Sunday).
They say there is standing water on the A165 between Gristhorpe and Cayton Bay.
Police say: “Due to the heavy rainfall, we are currently advising road users to avoid the A165 between Gristhorpe and Cayton Bay where possible.
“There are likely to be other roads affected so please take care and adjust your speed accordingly.”
The A165 is also blocked by flooding further south, near Bridlington Hospital.
Elsewhere, the A164 Beverley Road is impassable due to flooding both ways from the A614 (Kellythorpe Roundabout) to Wilfholme Road.
And both Townend Lane and Church Street in North Cave are closed due to floods.
These flood warnings are in force today:
- River Ouse at York – riverside properties
- River Ouse at York – St George’s Field and Queen’s Staith
- River Foss upstream of Yearsley Baths
- River Derwent at Buttercrambe Mill
- North Cave Beck at North Cave
The River Ouse had reached 3.24m at 8.45am and is now predicted to peak at 3.8m at 5.15am tomorrow (Monday). The top of the normal range is 1.9m.