THE BRADFORD district is set for heavy rain fall from Saturday night into Sunday with a yellow weather warning in place.

Emergency services have reminded the public to take extra care on the roads, use dipped headlights in poor visibility and not to drive through standing water if you don't know how deep it is.

The Met Office said some homes and businesses may be affected by flooding and experience delayed journey times on both road and rail.

There is already severe disruption to Northern's train services after a mudslide between Lancaster and Skipton near Bentham. The track is blocked in both directions with no current estimate as to when services will run again.

What will the weather be like today?

There will be a mix of clouds, rain and bursts of sunshine on Saturday (September 28). The top temperature of the day will be 15 degrees with the sun coming out between 12pm-1pm and later 3pm-4pm.

Rain clouds will gather around 8pm with showers into the night.

What will the weather be like this Sunday?

The rain will continue into Sunday with the highest temperature of 13 degrees at 11am. Don't forget your rain coat! 

The Met Office expects to see a burst of sunshine with clouds in the early evening at 6pm. But rain is expected to continue overnight.