Residents whose homes and businesses were damaged by floodwaters just weeks ago faced further clean-ups today after more flooding across Yorkshire.
Thirteen flood warnings were issued across the region, mostly in York and surrounding villages. Many of the communities affected suffered serious flooding in November.
The Environment Agency said 76 flood warnings - meaning immediate action should be taken - were in force nationwide today.
An Environment Agency spokesman said: "There is a continued risk of localised flooding over the next few days."
Groundwater levels were high in Berkshire, South Gloucestershire and parts of Lincolnshire and flood defences were in place on the Severn at locations including Ironbridge and Upton.
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