Stretch of A1035 closed due to flooding as rain set…

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Stretch of A1035 closed due to flooding as rain set…

A major road on the outskirts of Beverley has been closed due to flooding. Motorists are being warned to avoid the Dog Kennel Lane stretch of the A1035, north of the Killingwoldgraves roundabout. Reports suggest other some local roads are also affected, including Old Road in Leconfield. It follows torrential downpours on Saturday night. A number of flood warnings are in place around the region. READ MORE: Death notices and funeral announcements from Hull Daily Mail East Yorkshire men among three who died after 4×4 'swept away' by river This morning, Humberside Police said: “Please be aware of a full road closure on Dog Kennel Lane, Bishop Burton due to flooding. Please avoid the area.” Further rain is expected this evening (Sunday) and could be at its heaviest at around midnight, according to the Met Office. While that could bad news for those celebrating the new year, most of New Year's Eve is likely to be dry. New Year's Day will be dry and bright, with sunny spells, though a spell of heavy rain could return overnight into Tuesday. Temperatures will struggle to rise beyond 8C today and tomorrow. Flood warnings and alerts Flood warnings (flooding is expected): Low-lying properties in the upper River Hull catchment. Areas at risk include Frodingham, Hempholme, Wilfholme and Burshill. River Derwent at Stamford Bridge – The Weir caravan park and Kexby Bridge. River Derwent at Buttercrambe Mill. Flood alerts (flooding is possible): Land along the central stretch of the River Hull, including Arram, Tickton, Beverley and Dunswell. Land along the northern stretch of the River Hull, and nearby drains and tributaries. The stretch between Frodingham Bridge and the Wilfholme area, including low-lying land around Hempholme, is most at risk. The North Sea coast at Bridlington (due to strong winds and spring tides). Land around the Gypsey Race. Land around the River Foulness and Market Weighton Canal. Land around the lower River Derwent. Further updates will follow below, as they become available. Full details about flood risks can be found on the flooding section of the Gov.UK website. Get breaking news in Hull straight to your phone Don't miss a thing. Get all the latest breaking news in Hull straight to your mobile via WhatsApp by clicking here. If you don’t like our community, you can leave any time. We also treat members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. Read our privacy notice here. 15:05 Paul Johnson Holiday park floods, leaving family ‘on brink’ A family fears they will lose everything after their holiday park flooded near Brandesburton. Read the full story here. Severe flooding at Green Grass Park in Brandesburton, Driffield, East Yorkshire Share 10:04 Paul Johnson Flooding incidents The fire service was called to a number of flooding incidents overnight. Residents in Harthill Avenue, Leconfield, reported a large amount of water coming off a field and dyke. Firefighters liaised withe council and gave advice given to residents. In another incident, ground water entered a property in The Mires, North Newbald. Firefighters assisted residents and offered advice. Share 10:02 Paul Johnson Better news on midnight weather There is now a 60 per cent chance of light rain in Hull at midnight, according to the Met Office. However, the forecast has improved from earlier this morning, when heavy rain was predicted to bring in 2024. We'll keep our fingers crossed! Share
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