Weather warnings are in place across much of Scotland ahead of the arrival of Storm Dennis at the weekend.
The amber warning area includes towns in West Yorkshire where hundreds of homes were flooded after Storm Ciara brought more than a month's rain last weekend.
It was caused by the River Nith eroding an embankment under the railway during Storm Ciara, with 1,700 tons dislodged over a 50m section of track.
Forestry England hopes the routes will be reopened within days, but is also waiting to see how Storm Dennis affects the trails this weekend.
The Met Office says that properties could be flooded, driving conditions could be hard, and there's the possibility of delays or cancellations to train and bus services.
Households living near rail lines have been asked to secure any loose gardens items, after several trampolines were blown on to the tracks last weekend.
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Snow now lying on higher ground will be melted and will add to the threat.
Curtin said about a quarter of the agency's 400 river gauges - used to measure water levels - have broken their highest-ever record in the past 10 years.
A weather warning had been in place from 10am on Saturday, February 15 until midnight that night.
Though the two warnings issued so far only cover Saturday, Met Eireann has said that Storm Dennis will bring damaging weather conditions throughout the weekend and into Monday.
"In parts of Devon, South Wales, northern England and a swathe of southern England - stretching from Andover eastwards - rainfall is expected to be particularly heavy and persistent, and these areas are covered by amber warnings because of the risk of flooding and other disruption".