Motorists are still facing problems after parts of Bradford were subject to heavy rainfall and flooding as Storm Ciara battered and bruised the district.

Two lanes are closed and there is slow traffic on the M606 Northbound from J2 Merrydale Road (Euroway Trading Estates) to M606 J3 (Staygate Roundabout) due to flooding  

The Met Office issued an amber weather warning for the Bradford district over the weekend, as the storm caused disruption to travel and transport services.

Roads closures were also put in place while many businesses were forced to shut.

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Some of the worst-affected areas include Saltaire, Apperley Bridge, Bingley, Cleckheaton and Haworth, although these were just a few of the places that faced flooding and disruption.

Bradford residents across the district took pictures showing considerable flooding damage.

A resident of Leventhorpe Lane, Fairweather Green, said that her street was flooded and described the situation as "quite dangerous."

"We've been living here for 40 years and this is the worst it's ever been. There's water everywhere", she said.

"If you went near it, you'd be swept away. We're quite concerned."

In Apperley Bridge, Jonathan Adsetts was at the scene and described what he saw as "carnage."

"The fields are flooded, the roads by The George pub are underwater in some parts, it's a mess", he said.

Later in the evening, Mr. Adsetts described the water as having "dropped by about a foot", although he said that the situation was still not resolved.

In Cleckheaton, parts of the M62 at Chain Bar were flooded, causing lane closures and slow moving traffic.

Sharon Addy, of Cleckheaton, said, "It's very worrying, we have a river behind our house which has burst its banks and the water is about one foot from coming over the flood defence garden wall."

In, Bingley, the Town Council thanked 50 volunteers who helped with flood relief efforts.

The emergency services urged people to stay safe throughout the day, with West Yorkshire Police's contact management centre tweeting, "We cannot stress enough, please stay indoors if you have no reason to go outside.

"Some riverbanks are ready to burst and people are putting their own lives at risk to take pictures and videos."

The Met Office has issued a further weather warning for tomorrow, but this time a yellow warning, for snow and ice, which is expected to continue onto Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Met Office website says that there is likely to be further disruption to the roads and to transport, and tells people to be mindful of slipping and falling on icy surfaces.