Flood alerts are in place in North Yorkshire after days of heavy rain on the Pennines. Riverside footpaths at King's Staith and Queen's Staith in York have been flooded. Guests at a local hotel had to move their cars from a riverside car park before the River Ouse burst its banks.
One flood warning was in place on Sunday morning at Naburn Lock on the outskirts of the city. The Environment Agency says this means flooding is expected and immediate action is required by those in the affected area.
Lower category flood alerts have been issued for other stretches of the River Ouse and the River Nidd. Businesses in York remain open and while no significant rainfall is expected throughout Sunday, unsettled weather is forecast for Monday.
A man who died after being struck by a falling tree has been named as John Arthur White.
The 83-year-old man was riding his mobility scooter through King’s Park in Retford, when the tree fell.
Police were called to the scene at about 1.50pm on Thursday 5 December.
An ambulance attended but Mr White was pronounced dead at the scene.
The park has been closed until further notice.
High winds in Rotherham caused damage to homes and property, including this garden shed.
Credit: Gill Hudson
Grace Melody Gardner reports on the damage caused by stormy conditions across the region.
Leeds Bradford Airport have confirmed that the airport is back to normal after today's stormy conditions wreaked travel chaos.
An improvement in the weather means that the flights are arriving and departing the airport as normal, but bosses are saying that due to the backlog created today, some services may still be delayed.
As ever, customers are advised to check our website to check departure and arrival times.”
A building in Hull has partially collapsed, crushing cars, after gale-force winds. No one was hurt when the wall of Nu-Stock on Clough Road fell down.
Barry Smith runs the business and says it's just lucky no one was inside the cars.