Fears that Driffield and Beverley would be battered by the St Jude Storm overnight Sunday and Monday were allayed when the worst of the bad weather was confined to the south of England.
Heavy rain swept through both towns on Monday morning but the predicted damaging winds did not materialise.
The Met Office has said that Yorkshire and the Humber region will face further heavy rain this morning, clearing away then sunny spells but also some squally showers.
There is still a threat of strong winds at times, perhaps damaging gusts for a time early on, especially in southernmost counties. Feeling cool in the wind with a maximum temperature 12 °C.
Tonight it is likely to stay windy through the evening and night, with further showers blowing through, still on the heavy side, but with clear spells in between. Minimum Temperature 6 °C.
On Tuesday there will still be a few showers but winds will ease and showers will become lighter and fewer with longer spells of sunshine developing for most. Feeling cool in the breeze. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.