BAD weather again caused problems in Huddersfield, shutting a main road.
The A62 Manchester Road was shut in both directions at Slaithwaite because of flooding.
The problems were near the junction with Varley Road.
Gale-force winds, driving rain and snow made conditions treacherous elsewhere - especially on the M62.
Speed limits were cut to 40mph on the stretch from Ainley Top to Windy Hill.
And drivers were urged by the Highways Agency to leave their vehicles at home if possible, as conditions were expected to worsen later today.
Snow was a problem on the highest stretch of the motorway at Windy Hill. More was forecast on the moors around Huddersfield.
There were also reports of flooding on roads in Mirfield and Brighouse, with river levels rising.
On the trains, GNER was operating a reduced service in and out of West Yorkshire because of the bad weather.
Trains were running at reduced speeds on lines to London and to the north, and passengers were bussed between stations in some areas because of the high winds.
The storms will be followed next week by plunging temperatures, snow and widespread frosts, forecasters said. MeteoGroup UK forecaster Michael Dukes said: "There's wet and windy weather sweeping in tonight with winds picking up.
"The rain is going to be heavy so there could be further flood problems." Mr Dukes said the whole of the Midlands and the north of England could see flooding.
But there was some good news. A hosepipe ban affecting more than 12 million people in the South East was lifted today!