Planes at Leeds Bradford Airport have been struggling to land in the high winds caused by Storm Henry.
Travel disruption is expected in the morning, with winds expected to reach up to 60 miles per hour overnight.
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The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Yorkshire and the Humber.
It is warning people to be prepared for snow and ice in North, West and South Yorkshire from 6pm tonight until 11am tomorrow morning.31 Jan
As this video by Calendar cameraman Mike Newton shows, there were a few 'hairy' landings for aircraft at the Leeds Bradford airport today during Storm Gertrude.
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Storm Gertrude has battered the region this morning with winds gusting up to 81 miles an hour recorded at High Bradfield near Sheffield. At Fylingdales in North Yorkshire speeds of up to 64 mph were recorded.
The Humber Bridge has been closed to high sided vehicles. Meanwhile the Pride of Hull ferry which was due to dock early this morning has been forced to stay out at sea with gusts of 60 knots reported. Passenger Joanne Danforth spoke to us from the ferry a short time ago.
The A61 Station Parade in Harrogate is closed and there is slow traffic in the area due to an unsafe roof between Victoria Avenue and the A6040 York Place.
The road has been closed as a precaution following damage to the roof at the Waitrose store. The number 36 bus is having to divert via Queens Parade as a result.