More extreme weather is expected to hit Sheffield this weekend after the Met Office issued another yellow warning for the region.
An alert for heavy rain is in place on Sunday from 6am to midnight, which could cause more damage and disruption to the area.
Storm Ali and Storm Bronagh brought heavy rain and high winds earlier in the week, causing flooding and major disruption to travel on roads and damage to houses.
The warning for the weekend predicts more heavy rain that could cause difficult driving conditions, flooding and damage to buildings and longer journey times.
It will also bring cooler temperatures of 10C or lower and more blustery conditions with wind speeds of up to 30mph.
Yesterday’s flooding caused by Storm Bronagh affected major roads in and out of the city at rush hour, with Handsworth Road, Fitzwilliam Street, Psalter Lane and Twentywell Road said to be the worst affected.
Meanwhile in Gleadless, the roof blew off a house during the strong winds caused by Storm Ali.