All seven areas affected are near the River Don which flows through Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield. They are at Barnby Dun, Bentley, Fishlake, Kirk Bramwith, Kirk Sandall, South Bramwith and Willow Bridge Caravan Site. There are also 61 flood warnings.
This means flooding is expecting with immediate action required.
The River Don is seriously affected but so is River Derwent in Derbyshire.
Parts of River Ryton which flows through parts of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire’s River Witham are also have warnings still in place in several areas.
There are 99 flood alerts still in place.
This means flooding is possible.
110 flood warnings have been removed in the previous 24 hours.
Parts of the UK have been hit with a month’s worth of rainfall in one day.
The River Don hit its highest recorded level at just over 6.3m (20.7ft).
Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin explained the latest forecast to Saturday morning: “A frosty start to what will be a pretty chilly weekend some places, will see a fair bit of sunshine but there’s also some rain particularly in the West on Saturday morning and some dense patches of fog around.”
There will be persistent rain across the east of Northern Ireland and snow could fall on the hills of north Wales.
It will start wet in Wales and east England and “creep into the Midlands”
though east England and Scotland will stay dry.
Remembrance Sunday will be dry for most and bright but also cold.