Torrential rain in Yorkshire has caused severe flooding across large areas. This aerial photograph of Catcliffe near Sheffield shows much of the village is under water.
Sheffield Wednesday's famous football ground, Hillsborough, looked more like a venue for swimming than football on Tuesday morning.
In Swinton, near Rotherham, drivers used 4x4 vehicles to wade through the high water.
Abandoned cars and debris litter a flooded Brightside Lane in Sheffield where hundreds of people were also stranded inside buildings.
A 68-year-old man died when he was washed away getting out of his car in the flooded Wicker area of Sheffield.
Another man died in Hull after becoming stuck in a drain. Elsewhere this garage on the outskirts of the city was flooded as water rose.
Flooding made travelling by road difficult as shown by this image of traffic making its way through water on the flooded A63 near Hull.
Residents made their way along a flooded road in Beverley with the help of a boat.
In Leeds, people took whatever measures they could to keep away from the water from the River Aire.
Many people were stranded away from their homes overnight. These people made their way home along Sheffield's streets early on Tuesday morning.
It was not only people who were affected by the flooding in Sheffield. A dead fish lies on the side of Brightside Lane.