Flood warnings have unsurprisingly been issued in York after the breakdown of river pumps added to the threat caused by recent heavy rainfall.
The Environment Agency has issued 10 alerts in the city the past 24 hours with many areas occupying low-lying land already underwater, including the footpaths along South Esplanade.
The pumps at Foss Barrier have now been repaired and are working at full capacity and levels are already falling steadily after a dry day on Friday. The water level peaked at 3.75 metres or 12 feet 4 inches. The weather is forecast to be relatively dry today but further heavy rain is expected on Sunday.
To keep up to date with the latest alerts, visit the Environment Agency website.