More heavy rain is set to fall across the East Midlands.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Thursday and Friday meaning "further heavy rain may lead to further disruption and flooding".
Dales District Council is urging residents and businesses to be ready for a
possible repeat of last week's flooding that killed one local woman.
The authority's chief executive, Paul Wilson, said: "While we will always try to help vulnerable residents, our advice to anyone concerned that their home or business is at risk of flooding is to buy sandbags from a hardware store. Garden soil can be used as an alternative."
You can browse the full list of warnings and alerts here.
Watch: Today's weather for the East Midlands
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We're likely to see further showers through the morning and into the afternoon but things should be a little drier towards the end of the day.
Fresh weather warnings for rain in the region
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Residents of the East Midlands have been warned there could be more flooding and disruption this week.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for rain covering most of Derbyshire from now until 12:00 tomorrow.
The forecasters said we should expect "frequent heavy showers [which are] likely to cause some flooding and transport disruption".
Wednesday is looking drier, but then there are two further yellow weather warnings for rain for the whole of Thursday.
One covers most of England, including the East Midlands, and a second specifically covers Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, stating "further heavy rain may increase disruption from flooding".
Flood disruption continues as more rain falls on region
Flood warnings and alerts remain in place for several parts of the East Midlands after more heavy rain overnight.
The Environment Agency has issued warnings for the River Idle in Retford, Eaton and Gamston, along with the River Trent at Barrow, Carlton, Castle Donington, Collingham, Girton, Swarkestone and Willington.
A cold and frosty start to the day but we should see some bright spells before rain and cloud arrive this afternoon.
Firm fined after tops of worker's fingers amputated
An aluminium extrusion company has been fined after a worker had the tops of his fingers amputated following an accident.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) said the employee and four others were carrying out maintenance work to an aluminium extrusion machine, placing a new stem using a chain mesh sling.
The worker was operating the overhead travelling crane when the stem fell on his hand and leg.
His injuries required surgical amputation to three of his fingers. He also suffered a fractured tibia.
A HSE investigation found an unsafe system of work had been used.
No risk assessment had been carried out of the work required to remove and refit the stem. It was also found that employees undertaking the work were inadequately trained.
Boal UK Limited, of Ashby Road East, Shepshed, Leicestershire, pleaded guilty to failing to ensure the health, safety and welfare of an employee at work. The company was fined £133,000 and ordered to pay costs of £6,346 at Leicester Magistrates' Court on 31 October.
Police in Leicestershire are appealing for information after a 15-week puppy was stolen from a home in Stoney Stanton.
Wilma - a brindled French bulldog with white chest fur - was taken when a property on Station Road was burgled between 15:45 and 17:45 yesterday, a force spokesman said.
Leicestershire Police said a set of car keys was also stolen when Wilma was taken.
Happiness figures for the East Midlands revealed
A grim October morning amid the never-ending Brexit saga may not seem the most natural time to tot up the nation's levels of goodwill, but the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released its figures for happiness across the country.
In the East Midlands, North East Derbyshire (illustrated by Ashover's All Saints Church below) and North West Leicestershire come out as the cheeriest regions, scoring 7.87 and 7.86 out of 10 respectively, with Bolsover, Rutland and South Derbyshire not far behind.
Mansfield (7.32) ranked as the least happy, and the local authority area with the lowest levels of life satisfaction, while Melton Mowbray scored as the most anxious place in the East Midlands.
Across the UK, the Ribble Valley in Lancashire (8.30) counted as the most happy, with Surrey Heath (6.71) the most miserable.
This year's figures don't represent a major statistical change for the East Midlands, the ONS said, which is possibly good news if you're the glass-half-full type.
Council ordered to pay nearly £5k after girl misses school
Local Democracy Reporter
Leicestershire County Council has been ordered to pay almost £5,000 because a girl missed more than a year of education due to its failings.
The primary school pupil didn't attend classes between March and June in 2017 and from September 2018 to May 2019, during which time her mother said the authority failed to provide alternative provision.
The mother lodged a complaint with the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman, saying the council failed to offer or identify "appropriate education" for her daughter, who has autism and additional needs.
Its investigator found the council was at fault for failing to offer or identify appropriate education for the girl.
A council spokesman said it takes complaints to the ombudsman "very seriously", adding it has acted on the recommendations "to ensure similar incidents do not arise".