Here's the latest for North and West Yorkshire:
And for South and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire:
The Environment Agency issued 20 flood warnings for Yorkshire and the North EastRead the full story ›
Heavy rain is expected to cause flooding in parts of Sheffield tonight.
Water levels on the River Sheaf have been rising due to continued downpours in the wake of Storm Angus, prompting the Environment Agency to step up the amber flood alert it issued earlier today.
A red flood warning - meaning flooding is expected - has now been issued at the River Sheaf and Porter Brook at Leadmill.
Around a dozen amber flood alerts were issued across Yorkshire and North Derbyshire today.
Standing water caused by extreme weather has already led to trams being cancelled between Sheffield Station and Gleadless Townend.
We currently have no service Sheffield Station to Gleadless Townend due to flood water. Tram tickets valid on buses if affected areas.
Communities across Yorkshire and North Derbyshire are being warned to prepare for extreme weather in the wake of Storm Angus.Read the full story ›
A wet start to the fourth week of November but we can expect a dry end to the weekRead the full story ›