Lincolnshire could be set for more gusty conditions as the Met Office placed a yellow warning for wind in the region for today (Friday) and over the weekend.
Temperatures will dip gradually from around 13 degrees at midday to 10 degrees or similar by the end of the day on Friday, with the yellow warning in place from 11am-6pm.
It will stay rather windy, with sunny spells and blustery showers following, with a possible risk of hail and thunder.
Showers will fade during the evening with some prolonged clear spells developing and it will turn chilly with winds gradually easing.
Saturday will be fine and dry with cloud gradually building during the morning with temperatures between 10 to 13 degrees or similar during the day.
There will be a yellow warning of wind in place on Sunday from 9am until 11.59pm with the temperature around 10 degrees for most of the day, with outbreaks of rain possible.
There is also a yellow warning for rain in the East Midlands between 6am and 11.59pm on Sunday.