WEATHER: Flood alerts replace snow in Lincolnshire's forecast
Several flood alerts are in place in Lincolnshire following a weekend of heavy rain and snow.
Alerts are in place for Barlings Eau and Duckpool Catchwater near Wragby, Minor Watercourses of South Forty Foot Drain, South of Sleaford and Witham in South Kesteven near Grantham.
A yellow weather warning remains in place for snow throughout the morning as the forecast is overcast.
The Met Office is predicting the warning of snow will be lifted into the afternoon with temperatures moving above freezing from midday.
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Windspeeds are dropping to less than 10mph which will make conditions feel considerably milder.
The outlook for the rest of the week remains cloudy and overcast with mist and fog.
Tuesday's weather will see fog in the morning, turning to sunny intervals in the afternoon with temperatures rising to around 5°C.
Keep up to date with the forecast for Lincolnshire via the weather channel or this article which is updated regularly, throughout the day.