There are two flood warnings in place in York today (Thursday, 28 December).
The warnings mean flooding is expected again in the city.
It comes after the city was hit by high winds and heavy rainfall via Storm Gerrit.
One warning is for River Ouse at York – riverside properties. It was issued at 3.36am
The warning says: “Further flooding could occur at properties on King’s Staith in York and riverside areas through York from Lendal Bridge to Millennium Bridge from 4am.
“Further rainfall is forecast for the rest of the week. Our incident response staff are closing flood gates and checking defences. The Foss Barrier is in operation.”
The second warning is for the River Ouse at York – St George’s Field and Queen’s Staith.
It says: “River levels are rising on the River Ouse due to Storm Gerrit. Flooding is expected at properties along Queen’s Staith, on South Esplanade, Friars Terrace and Tower Place, St George’s Field carpark and Rowntree Park from 11am.”
There is also a flood alert for Upper River Ouse.
The level of the River Ouse had reached 3.2m at 8.20am today at the Viking Recorder.
It is forecast to peak at 3.85m at 6.15am tomorrow (Friday).