The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings for three Yorkshire rivers which have been swollen by days of heavy rain. There are four flood warnings in place on the River Ouse - three of them in and around York. There are also warnings for the River Swale at Kirby Wiske and for the River Ure.
Environment Agency officials monitoring the Ouse in York say it is currently 3.7 metres or 12 feet 3 ins and is expected to stay at or around this level throughout Sunday. The typical river level range is between 0.05 metres and 1.90 metres.
Despite the flood warnings for riverside properties, tourism officials insist York is open for business. 40,000 visitors are expected for the annual Jorvik Viking Festival, which began on Saturday.
The worst flooding to hit the city in recent years was in November 2000, when the Ouse peaked at 5.4 metres or about 17 ft 8ins. That led to thousands of residents being evacuated from their homes and the army being called in to build makeshift sandbag defences.
There are calls for urgent Government action to shore up flood defences at Boston in Lincolnshire after last week's storms caused chaos to homes and businesses around the town.
Conservative MP for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, who's calling for a meeting with the Environment Agency over flooding, spoke to Calendar about the issue.
There are calls for urgent Government action to shore up flood defences at Boston in Lincolnshire after last week's storms caused chaos around the town.
A tidal barrier, which experts say would have prevented Thursday night's flooding isn't due to be built until 2019. Adam Fowler reports.
There are calls on the government to make it quicker for flood defence schemes to be given the go-ahead.
A tidal barrier in Boston, which experts say would have prevented Thursday night's flooding isn't due to be built until at least 2019. Campaigners say the Haven Barrage has been in the planning for at least ten years and that approval for it has taken too long because of red tape
Michael Billington reports on the aftermath of Thursday's floods in Boston in Lincolnshire where the Environment Secretary has been visiting the worst affectged communities along the East Coast. The cleanup is continuing in Boston, where hundreds of homes were under water.
He talks to shop owner Linda King, Owen Paterson the Environment Secretary, Mark Simmonds MP Con for Boston and Skegness and Kirsty Ellis, a flood victim.
The mayor of Whitby is calling for more sea defences in the town following this week's floods.
Homes and businesses around Whitby harbour were flooded when a tidal surge forced water into nearby streets. Some residents won't be back in their homes for months. Lisa Walton reports.
We are putting exceptional amounts of money into flood defences and we are confident that at the end of this government we will have protected a significant number of properties, but when you see the damage done, you'll see that that money is really well worth spending. It's not just the personal tragedy, but the serious disruption to people's lives and businesses. "
Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has been visiting flood-hit communities along the East Coast.
Thinking of the people now seeking to rebuild after the floods and want to thank all those involved in the clean-up operation.