More than 30 reports of localised flooding were made to Kirklees Council after Easter's heavy rain and snowfall.
It comes after flood warnings and alerts were issued as river levels rose following heavy rainfall on Easter Monday.
A Kirklees Council spokesperson said: “The council has received reports of flooding in 34 locations, the majority of these were related to the rapid snow thaw leading to lots of surface water and run off from open lands and fields.
"Most of these have cleared on their own.
"However, we are aware that debris washed from fields is blocking some of the road gullies and trash grilles, which protect culverts from blocking, so we have spent today clearing these.
"Other issues such as damaged culverts, minor landslips or trees/branches blocking routes are being resolved as soon as possible”
This photo was taken by @GALLERYofSPEED of surface flooding in the Holmfirth area.
Surface water from melting snow has been causing issues on the roads, including along Wakefield Road near the M62 junction 25.
Flood warnings, which means flooding is expected and immediate action is required, were issued for the following areas:
Dean Bottom Dike and Box Ings Dike at Kirkburton;
River Calder at Central Mirfield;
River Calder at Mirfield - Calder View to Steanard Lane.
Three flood alerts, which means flooding is possible - be prepared, were issued for the following:
River Calder Lower catchment;
River Calder Upper catchment;
River Colne, Holme and Fenay Beck.
On Tuesday morning railway lines between Mirfield and Leeds were blocked due to flooding at Morley.
On Monday night the Environment Agency sounded the flood sirens in Todmorden and Hebden Bridge due to prolonged heavy rain. Both areas were hit by the Boxing Day floods in 2015.
They deployed a field team to the Calder Valley to provide support on the ground tonight.
Roads update: Woodhouse Road/Causeway Wood Road going up to Lumbutts Road is closed to traffic due to road flooding. Scott Street in Walsden also has surface water flooding. Thornhills Beck Ford in Brighouse is not safe to use tonight pic.twitter.com/WvjWlWulid— CMBC / Lauren* (@Calderdale) April 2, 2018
In Brighouse there was flooding around the junction between Wakefield Road and Clifton Common, while Thornhill Beck Lane off Bradford Road is impassable.
Out assessing localised flooding in Brighouse pic.twitter.com/vn94SC5bZY— Calderdale CSRT (@CMBC_CSRT) April 2, 2018