ROADS in Huddersfield were blocked by fallen trees today as the region got a battering from wind and rain.
One tree was brought down in Lady House Lane, Berry Brow.
Drivers also suffered problems after a large branch fell in New Mill Road, Holmfirth.
Parts of Britain were on flood alert today and braced for more severe weather.
The Environment Agency said there were 37 flood warnings in force across England and Wales.
The Midlands was the worst-affected area with 18 warnings.
There were warnings on seven rivers in the North- East, including the River Ouse at York.
Heavy rain over the weekend brought flooding to low-lying ground on the outskirts of the historic city and to a city centre car park and river walks.
A couple from Huddersfield left hospital yesterday after a period under observation.
This followed a rescue by helicopter from their marooned car near Aysgarth Falls in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire.
The heavy rain should clear by tonight.