YELLOW weather warnings have been issued for York for Friday, Sunday and Monday as Storm Bronagh sweeps into the region.

As the clean-up from Storm Ali continues, more wild conditions are predicted from the latest weather system.

Persistent rain started in York this afternoon (Thursday, September 20) and was expected to continue until the early hours of Friday. Spray and surface water could make driving difficult.

Having just restored power in all areas, Northern Powergrid was tonight bracing itself for further incidents.

Meanwhile, the Met Office issued yellow warnings for wind across England, telling people to expect disruption to bus and train services.

Flood alerts were in place for the Swale, the Wharfe and the Ure. York should see brighter weather by the middle of next week.