Yorkshire flooding live: Latest updates as river levels rise and flood warnings issued across region

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The Environment Agency issued flood warnings across Yorkshire on Sunday as the Rivers Aire, Nidd, Calder, Crimple and Wharfe are expected to burst their banks, and the North Sea threatens to flood Scarborough.

You can check whether your property is at risk of flooding on the government website here.

Flooding in York city centre on Saturday February 19

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Yorkshire flooding live: Latest updates as flood warnings issued across Yorkshire

Last updated: Sunday, 20 February, 2022, 17:59

41 Flood warnings issued across Yorkshire as Rivers Aire, Nidd, Calder, Crimple and Wharfe expected to burst banks

The Environment Agency has issued 41 flood warnings across Yorkshire on Sunday (February 20) as the region is battered by heavy rain.

The Rivers Aire, Nidd, Calder, Crimple, and Wharfe are all expected to burst their banks - with the North Sea also expected to cause flooding in Scarborough.

People who live in the areas affected by the flooding have been urged to act now to stay safe, with river levels rising fast.

To find out if your property is affected by the flood warnings - and what time the flood warning is in place until, visit the government website here.

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