It's following another night of severe rainfall in our county.
If you have had to abandon your vehicle due to flooding, please recover it as soon as it is safe to do so.
Firstly check the Derbyshire County Council or Derby City Council websites to make sure the road where you left your vehicle is no longer closed.
While it is important that abandoned vehicles are recovered as soon as possible so they do not obstruct the highway, please make sure it is safe to return to your vehicle and do not put yourself in any danger.
For an up-to-date list of affected roads and any road closures in the city, visit https://bit.ly/2QiQhql
For roads elsewhere in the county, go to https://bit.ly/2qTKb4W
For further advice on flooding in the county, including flood warnings, safety advice and road closures, please visit https://bit.ly/2OeEbfc
Morning Derbyshire. More than 30 roads closed this morning, latest list on our website.. There will be difficult driving conditions across the county with possible patches of standing water on many roads. Stay safe and DON'T drive on closed roads. https://t.co/ri6fWs1mIF pic.twitter.com/T4RKZPd5gv— Derbyshire CC (@Derbyshirecc) November 15, 2019
Meanwhile, fire services once again had a busy evening, as the extreme weather disrupted roads in Bakewell;
@DerbyshireFRS @BakewellFire 1950hrs were called to persons reported trapped in their vehicle by flood water. Please do not drive through deep water as can be seen it took less than 10cm to disable this vehicle. All persons are safe and well. pic.twitter.com/pxzMBlFMAA— Bakewell Fire Station (@BakewellFire) November 14, 2019
Elsewhere, rail commuters throughout Derbyshire face another day of disruption, after the railway tracks at Draycott train station were submerged under water on Thursday;
#EMRUpdate If you're starting to plan your journey tomorrow, we are working to develop our bus timetable where replacement buses are required. Please also be aware we do not have ticket acceptance confirmed with other operators at this time. Updates will be posted on our website.— EMR (@EastMidRailway) November 14, 2019