Updates: Latest flood warnings, roads and weather for Hull and East Yorkshire
(Updated 5.15pm.) Click here for Tuesday flood and weather updates.
A number of flood warnings remain in place for parts of East Yorkshire this evening after persistent rain throughout the day.
Motorists struggled through difficult conditions and flooding closed some roads.
More rain is expected tonight and the Environment Agency, firefighters and Yorkshire Water are on alert, with pumps on standby.
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However, major problems are not anticipated.
A flood warning was issued earlier today for the upper part of the River Hull.
Low-lying farms and properties between Driffield and Beverley, including Watton Carrs, Emmotland, Wansford, and Frodingham Bridge, are at risk.
Flooding is said to be imminent at North Frodingham.
Flood warnings were also issued for North Cave and Stamford Bridge.
Flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible - are in place for the lower River Derwent, including Pocklington; Holderness, and the River Foulness near Market Weighton.
East Riding Council was monitoring the situation in Pasture Terrace, Beverley, where there were fears properties could be flooded.
Yesterday, residents in Willow Grove, Beverley, feared a repeat of the devastating floods of 2007, after parts of the Westwood were inundated.
Humberside Fire and Rescue had more than 30 calls yesterday from residents affected by localised flooding.
Firefighters are asking people to call only if there is an emergency or a risk to their property.
The forecourt of Goole Fire Station was flooded, but firefighters prevented water from getting into the building.
TRAVEL (updated 5.15pm)
Part of the A614 Middleton Road was closed between Bainton and Shiptonthorpe, because of an accident and flooding.
It is understood a van hit a telegraph pole, cutting the electricity supply.
Photographer Simon Kench filmed this video of engineers working to restore the supply.
The road has now been reopened.
Road conditions are poor in the north of the region, with large swathes of standing water on all roads.
Most drivers are coping well with the conditions and are driving with caution.
The A614 Nafferton roundabout is flooded but passable.
The B1244 West Road in Sigglesthorne is closed at the B1243 Main Street junction. EYMS says Hornsea services are delayed by about 20 minutes because of major flooding of roads in the Catwick and Sigglesthorne area.
Simon Kench says the road at Sigglesthorne is almost impassable. Rainwater has flooded an 80-metre stretch about a kilometre west of the Spring Garden Centre. Some local village and farm transport has got through.
The road just outside Brandesburton on the A165 eastbound has standing pools of water near the Catfoss junction.
Buttercrambe Road in Stamford Bridge is closed near the A166 junction.
The Pocklington Road from Kilnwick Percy to Driffield has been reopened after flooding.
Most trains are running as normal but there are severe delays between Doncaster and York.
WEATHER (updated 5.15pm)
A Met Office yellow warning - meaning people should be aware of possible surface flooding and disruption to travel - was in place this morning for Hull and the East Riding, but has now been lifted.
Forecasters say some rain is expected tonight, becoming heavy in the early hours.
However, it will be drier from Tuesday onwards.
The Environment Agency says flooding will be possible tomorrow, but the risk is low and should disappear by Wednesday.
MP Karl Turner says anybody concerned about flooding in east Hull can contact his constituency office on (01482) 781019.
Hull City Council has a flood advice page on its website.