Following the flash flood in Scarborough yesterday, one road remains closed due to damage caused by the torrential rain.
North Yorkshire County Council have compiled a list of all the roads that have now opened this morning.
The only street which is still closed off is Trafalgar Road.
Some roads which closed yesterday have now been opened, these include Dunslow Road, Valley Road, Westbourne Grove and Vernon Road, Hackness Road, A171 - northbound carriageway at the junction of Scalby Road and Station Road, Eastborough, Barrowcliff Road, Weydale Avenue, North Leas Avenue, Peasholm Gap, Church Hill, Scalby and Scalby Mill Road.
Some remain passable with care but the majority of flooded roads in Scarborough are now clear.
Emergency services were out in force to help residents dealing with the flooding. Eight fire engines and 50 firefighters were out in Scarborough dealing with flooding calls.
Scarborough has seen more than half of its expected rainfall for August in today's flash floods. The average recorded rainfall for Scarborough this month is 64mm.
However rainfall gauges Scarborough today have recorded between 30mm and 40mm.
For the most up to date road closures click here.