Nottinghamshire County Council has announced details of a government scheme to help businesses impacted by the recent flooding.
A weather warning of ice has been issued by the Met Office for Newark and the East Midlands.
Flooding is currently causing trouble on the roads in the area today.
The Environment Agency says it is working hard to protect the East Midlands, but expects more heavy rain to come.
The county council has announced a hardship fund, which has been made available to help residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding.
The A1 northbound has now fully reopened after it was closed due to flooding between North Muskham and Apleyhead, near Worksop.
Areas most at risk are low-lying agricultural land and roads around the tributaries of rivers in the district.
A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued by The Met Office.
Newark Rugby Club has cancelled its bonfire night on Tuesday, November 5.
The Environment Agency said the warning was taken down on Wednesday at 6pm due to improving weather conditions.
Firefighters have been busy rescuing people and animals from the flooding across the Newark area.