More rain is on the way and the York river levels are expected to rise.
The Met Office has put out yellow weather warnings for the next two days which cover York.
The warning runs from Friday (21 Feb) @ 12pm-Sat (22 Feb) @ 6am, and says: “Persistent rain, heavy over hills, may lead to flooding and travel disruption during Friday and Friday night.”
As of 9am today (Thursday, 20 February) the River Ouse in central York was 3.42m, down a full metre from its peak.
But it is forecast to rise to 3.91m by 7am tomorrow, and the City of York Council are asking residents to keep an eye out for the latest Environment Agency info and alerts.