Warnings for winds now continue across many parts of the region until midnight. The weekend looks less windy, drier, brighter and colder
Amber Alert for North Yorkshire as winds peak 60-70mph this Friday afternoon.
As gale force winds blow down trees across the Calendar region, our weatherman Jon Mitchell gives us some unknown facts about wind.
The driver of this lorry was lucky to escape unhurt after it became a casualty of the high winds on a slip road leading to the A180 near Immingham.
High winds have been causing problems for travellers across the region today. Roads have been shut in Leeds and there've been delays on the main East Coast rail line
Strong winds have whipped up large waves along the coast in East Yorkshire. A boat in Bridlington harbour is sitting submerged after sinking under the weight of water. It appears to be resting on the mud.
The process to reopen Bridgewater Place junction will start from 5pm. Wind speeds easing but please take care.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning to people living near Naburn Lock on the River Ouse.
The Met Office is warning of strong winds across the region today, with gusts of up to 80 mph on high ground.
Gale force winds of 60 to 70 mph are forecast for the rest of Yorkshire and the Humber throughout the day.
An Amber warning's been issued, meaning “severe or hazardous weather”.