People in Leeds are being urged to plan ahead for possible flooding as storm Christoph approaches.
Writing on social media, Leeds city Council said: "With Storm Christoph slowly moving into Leeds, if you live in a flood risk area, it is important to plan ahead so you're prepared for possible flooding."
The authority has issued advice on how to prepare for possible flooding.
Several flood alerts are now in place on rivers across North, South, East and West Yorkshire.
Meanwhile, flood warnings are in place for parts of the rivers Nidd, Derwent, Seven and Ouse.
The Met Office has issued an amber "be prepared" weather warning for rain in Yorkshire and the Humber, the North West, East Midlands and the east of England over the next two days.