Flooding is affecting roads and events across the East Midlands as heavy rains hit the region.
Firefighters and volunteers have had to rescue several drivers stuck in floodwaters, prompting warnings against driving.
But weather forecasters predicted the rain should ease up by Sunday.
A number of roads, including the A617 near Chesterfield, the same road near Rainworth, Nottinghamshire, the A52 in Ashbourne, Derbyshire and Slash Lane, Mountsorrel Lane and Barrow Road in Sileby, Leicestershire, are all flooded.
Despite this, emergency services have had to put out repeated warnings not to attempt to drive through floodwater and have been called out to rescue numerous stranded drivers.
We have received two further calls to vehicles & owners trapped in flood water since this last tweet. One at Lumb Lane, Blackbrook and a second call to Scropton Road, Scropton.— Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (@DerbyshireFRS) October 26, 2019
This takes valuable time and resources away and could have been avoided by paying attention to signage.
Leicestershire Police have had to ask 4x4 drivers to stop removing their "road closed" signs on one flooded lane because other cars may not be able to pass even if they can.
Trains between Derby and Crewe are also suspended because of flooding on the track and the rain has also caused problems in the West Midlands and Wales.
But the weather outlook is improving for the East Midlands. The rain should stop in Derby at about 17:00 BST, at 18:00 in Nottingham and about 19:00 in Leicester, and Sunday should stay dry.