By Tom Garry
By Tom Garry
The top stories from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire so far today include:
Tonight may see cloud thicken for a time but it should stay mostly dry.
Tomorrow will be a dry and bright start but cloud will thicken into the afternoon with a risk of some showery rain spreading up from the south.
A mainly cloudy day on Sunday with an increasing chance of rain through the day:
An actor from East Yorkshire and two University of Hull graduates are in the running for Olivier awards, British theatre's equivalent of the Oscars.
Michael Jibson (left), from Hessle, is nominated for best supporting actor in a musical for his role in Hamilton.
Ink, written by James Graham is up for best new play. Another of his works, Labour of Love is shortlisted for best new comedy.
Meanwhile, Marianne Elliott is nominated for best director for Angels in America.
The awards ceremony is due to take place in London on Sunday evening.
It's been announced that this year's Freedom festival in Hull will be held on the weekend of 31 August.
The event will feature 200 performers and artists from over 25 countries.
The full line-up for the festival is expected to be announced later this year.
A temporary dam installed by the Environment Agency at North Frodingham, near Driffield, is holding up, according to Environment Agency officials.
The dam was installed at the start of the week after part of a flood bank on the upper reaches of the River Hull failed, flooding farmland.
The Environment Agency says the dam is doing its job despite further rain and it will continue to monitor the situation in the days ahead.
Fraudsters impersonating police officers have been targeting elderly people across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.
This scam involves victims being told to purchase high value goods or withdraw large amounts of cash and to hand it over to a police officer, who will visit their address to collect it.
The fraudsters then allege the goods or the money are counterfeit, according to police.
The force has reiterated its officers would never ask people to do this and is asking the families of elderly people to make them aware of this scam.
Children at a special school in Hull have been busy learning a piece of music written for them by a Hollywood composer.
David Buckley has written music for the Jason Bourne films as well as the TV show The Good Wife.
The piece will be performed this weekend by children from the Frederick Holmes school and professional musicians as part of the Beverley music festival.
Quote Message: I think there's a danger some time that families who have children with special needs are marginalised in some ways. It's a joy to welcome them right into the centre of our festival." from Libby Burgess New Paths Music
A man who was killed in a traffic collision on the M62 has been named by Humberside Police.
The accident happened at about 09:30 on 3 April when a lorry loaded with a static caravan which was travelling westbound went through the central reservation and collided with a black Lexus travelling eastbound on Ouse Bridge.
Nigel Stuart Eley, 41, from Urmston, Greater Manchester, was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 37-year-old man who was the passenger in the car remains in hospital in a serious condition.
The 22-year-old driver of the HGV has now been discharged from hospital and has spoken to police officers.
Not enough is being done to protect agricultural land from flooding according to the chairman of the Drainage Board in East Yorkshire.
Farmers in the area say the recent wet weather has led to one river bursting its banks which has left many fields saturated with problems for livestock and crops.
The Environment agency says it is spending record amounts on flood prevention.
But John Duggleby from the Beverley and Holderness Internal Drainage board believes the Environment Agency should do more to maintain the existing rivers, in order to reduce the risk of flooding.
Quote Message: Farmers have two problems at the moment, the recent bad weather and now flooding of the land. We have had to keep livestock indoors, at this time of year they would normally be outside and on the grass" from John Duggleby Beverley and Holderness Internal Drainage Board
Police carrying out raids on properties in Hull have recovered two tasers and a quantity of what are thought to be drugs.
A series of raids were also held yesterday in North Hull.
Humberside Police says they're responding to people's concerns of anti-social behaviour in the area.
Officers say there's also evidence of gangs from out of town operating in the area, including Liverpool.
Here's the latest headlines for East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire:
Hull Trains has tweeted that its 19.11 train service from Hull to London King's Cross has been cancelled.
A replacement road service will be used to get people from East Yorkshire to Doncaster.
This afternoon will continue to be dry with further spells of hazy sunshine.
There will also be some cloudy interludes.