Flood warnings remain in place in parts of the region after the latest heavy rain.
This was the scene in Boroughbridge this morning, where the River Ure has burst its banks.
The Environment Agency says it expects levels to drop in most places during the day.
At a nearby caravan park, customers have been moved to higher ground as part of the site has flooded in recent weeks.
Staff say they are well equipped to deal with it.
The Environment Agency is urging people to keep an eye on river levels and be prepared for more flooding.
Roads were closed causing traffic chaos in Otley today after the River Wharfe burst its banks.
High winds and heavy rain which have been causing problems across our region. The roof was ripped off a block of flats in Sheffield and residents in the Calder Valley spent an anxious night afer flood warning sirens sounded late last night..Chris Kiddey reports.
No service on Northern Rail between Leeds and Shipley due to flooding and speed restrictions. All services have been cancelled for the remainder of the day.
No service on Northern Rail between Leeds and Ilkley due to flooding. Services between these stations have now been cancelled for the remainder of the day.
Flooding hit parts of Yorkshire on Sunday, turning many roads into rivers and leaving homes at risk.Read the full story ›