Flood warning issued for part of River Hull catchment
A flood warning has been issued this evening for low-lying land in the upper River Hull catchment area.
The Environment Agency says farms and properties are at risk in an area including Watton Carrs, Emmotland, Wansford and Frodingham Bridge.
It says the level of Frodingham Beck has reached 1.2 metres and will remain high throughout the night.
The area experienced flooding last month and today's rain has fallen on saturated ground.
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Although Friday is expected to be drier, more heavy rain is forecast for Saturday.
A flood warning - meaning flooding is expected - is also in place for properties on Main Street and Canal Head in Pocklington, where the level of Pocklington Beck is rising.
Flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible - are in place for Stamford Bridge and other communities around the lower River Derwent, and for the River Foulness and Market Weighton Canal.
For more information, visit the Environment Agency website.