HEAVY rain has caused surface flooding across the city.

The left lane of Bridge Street is flooded, while Hylton Road between Sabrina Bridge and McDonald's has a considerable amount of surface water.

One witness has described A44 Bromyard as "now a river", adding: "Lots of water if you're driving that way".

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A weather warning was put in place by the Met Office yesterday afternoon, with some flooding expected.

The yellow warning, in place between 3pm yesterday and 3pm today, is spread across much of England and Wales.

The Met Office said there was a small chance of fast flowing or deep floodwater causing danger to life, as well as a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded.

It also warned that there could be delays or cancellations to train and bus services, as a result.

On September 24 torrential rain caused chaos across the city with flash floods engulfing roads as drainage struggled to cope and a wall fell down in Hylton Road.