The North East will continue to be hit with inclement weather as another weather warning has been issued.

The Met Office has imposed a yellow warning for rain from midday on Monday to 9am on Tuesday (November 4/5).

Heavy rain is expected, the forecaster says, which could cause some flooding and disruption to travel in some areas.

The entire region, from the Cumbrian border to the East coast and from Berwick down to Hull is under the warning.

According to the Met Office, flooding is possible in some areas while spray and flooding on the roads will cause issues for motorists.

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It comes after snow and ice fell across the region over the weekend with freezing temperatures.

In the South West, there are more than 20 flood warnings are in place with the risk of heavy rain and melting snow. No flood warnings are in place for the North East.