Flood warnings are in place across North and East Yorkshire after days of heavy rain. Meanwhile strong winds have battered the region.
An investigation is starting into this year's flooding in North Yorkshire.
A campaigner who commissioned an independent report into the Calder Valley floods says it shows more needs to be done to prevent floods.
The roof of Hayfield School in Auckley, Doncaster has blown off in high winds.
There is still widespread disruption on the West Yorkshire road network, after gale-force winds lead to a number of accidents.
The A1 north bound is closed at junction 39 due to an overturned lorry. It's not thought anyone was seriously injured.
There is also significant disruption on the south bound carriageway. Motorists are advised that the closure is not likely to open any time soon.
There was significant disruption on the A19 southbound between Dishforth and Thirsk this morning after an accident involving a lorry.
There is also delays on the M1 north bound. Two lanes are closed around the junction 41 area. This is after another lorry overturned just after midday.
There have been a number of other collisions on the roads, so police are urging drivers to check local the Highways Agency website before travelling.
Part of an industrial building on Clough Road has collapsed in Hull with rubble crushing two cars.
Shoppers were reportedly escorted away from the area after large sections of the roof fell off at ASDA in Keighley.
- Switch off water, gas and electricity at mains before water enters your home
- Do not touch sources of electricity when standing in water
- Use flood protection products if you have them, eg sandbags, airbrick covers
- Disconnect washing machines and dishwashers
For more information on how to prepare your property in advance see the Environment Agency
Motorists face long delays on the A1(M) after a lorry overturned in gale force winds.
The northbound carriageway is blocked between Barnsdale Bar and junction 40 near Darrington.
There are long delays through North Elmsall and other surrounding areas as a result.
The road is expected to be closed for at least two hours and motorists have been told to find alternative routes.
Thousands of drivers in Leeds have faced huge delays this morning, because of road closures in the city centre.
The Council chose to close the road past the Bridgewater Place tower - the tallest building in Yorkshire - after predictions wind speeds in the area could reach 75mph.
Surrounding roads are still congested as drivers try to find alternative routes.
A number of flights in and out of Leeds Bradford have been delayed this morning, with some being cancelled all together because of severe winds.
– Leeds Bradford Airport
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Major disruption on the A19 southbound between Dishforth and Thirsk after an accident involving a lorry.
At Leeds Bradford Airport flights are delayed due to the weather. The advice is to check with your airline.