Storm Dennis continued to leave its mark on North Yorkshire on Sunday, with significant flood water on many roads.
It comes as a warning that some river levels will continue to rise for the next few days was issued by the council.
North Yorkshire Council says rainfall levels across the amber areas in the Pennines were 60-80mm and that water is now filtering through watercourses into streams and rivers and will continue to do so for a number of days.
As a result, the multi-agency response team managing impacts in the county and the City of York is issuing a strong warning to the public.
It comes as other parts of the North East felt the effects of Storm Dennis.
At Croft on Tees, there were roads blocked by floodwater while the River Tees at Hurworth Place was fast flowing under the Croft Bridge.
In Durham, the River Wear flooded footpaths around its banks.
Meanwhile, there was also ongoing disruption on the regions roads and railways.
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