Forecasters have warned that more heavy rain is on the way as a new flood warning is issued for York.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for rain which runs from 7pm tonight (Saturday, 10 February) to midday tomorrow.
It covers York and much of North Yorkshire, stretching from Ripon in the west out to the coast.
The Met Office says the rain could lead to flooding and disruption to travel.
It came as a new flood warning was issued for York, along with several flood alerts elsewhere in North Yorkshire.
The York flood warning is for riverside properties on the River Ouse. It was issued at 9.34am today. “Areas most at risk include properties on King’s Staith in York and riverside areas through York, from Lendal Bridge to Millennium Bridge,” the Met Office says.
As is normal, the rest of York is completely open for business.
The Viking Recorder put the level of the Ouse at 2.82m at 10.30am today. It is forecast to reach 3.15m by 10.30pm tomorrow (Sunday).
There are also these flood alerts in North Yorkshire:
- Upper River Ouse
- Lower River Derwent
- Lower River Nidd catchment
- Lower River Ure
- Tidal River Ouse from Naburn Lock to Selby
- Upper River Derwent.
According to the forecasters, there is set to be rain every day in North Yorkshire this week apart from Monday.