The heaviest rain will ease from midday with scattered showers through the afternoon, with perhaps the odd brighter spell.
Gales gradually easing, leaving a fresh southwesterly wind.
Tonight should see showers clearing away to leave a predominantly dry night with some clear spells.
Some patchy rain is possible around dawn.
The Environment Agency has issued a yellow warning of wind today in Yorkshire.
That means the public should be aware of the potential for difficult driving conditions and some minor disruption.
Gusts of 50-60 mph are likely.
There are no reported problems on the roads this morning.
A replacement bus service is running on Northern Rail between Hebden Bridge and Burnley Manchester Road due to engineering works.