THERE are multiple weather and flood warnings for Bradford over the weekend and into next week.

Both the Met Office and Environment Agency have issued alerts that could affect the city and surrounding suburbs.

A yellow weather warning was issued for heavy rain in Bradford, on Wednesday.

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It ran from 12pm on Friday to 6am on the Saturday, but this has been extended.

There is now also a yellow warning for strong winds, which could disrupt travel and runs until 8pm tonight.

Gusty winds are also expected tomorrow, with a warning in place from 6am until 10pm, while persistent rain is expected from 12pm until 6am on the Sunday morning.

This could cause flooding and the Environment Agency has put a number of alerts out.

It includes warnings for the Upper River Aire, the River Worth catchment, and the Lower River Wharfe.

This could see the likes of Skipton, Silsden, Keighley and Otley flooded.

The Met Office has also issued a yellow weather warning for further rainfall in Bradford and its surrounding areas on Monday. 

This runs from 12am until 3pm and could lead to flooding and transport disruption.