More ice and snow warnings are being issued for Lincoln as the winter conditions cause chaos on the roads.
The Met Office has issued more warnings for the evening of January 31 which will continue into the morning of February 1.
It is likely that the weather will bring more travel disruption during that time, with longer journey times and some collisions while road surfaces are icy.
Lincoln woke up this morning to freezing fog, ice and temperatures as low as minus five degrees celsius in some places.
Temperatures on Thursday, January 31 will peak at one degrees celsius around tea time but hover around zero degrees celsius for the rest of the day.
Friday, February 1 will see see slightly warmer temperatures around three degrees celsius with the chance of rain or snow at around midday.
As previously reported, there has already been a spate of collisions on the county’s road causing long delays.
People are also being reminded to be mindful of rough sleepers in their local community and to call the P3 charity:
Sub-Zero❄️ & Homeless
In #Lincs ANYONE can report seeing someone sleeping rough (or signs that someone has been) to
They’ll search for the person (Street Team start at 4am) and look to get them the support they need
— Lincolnshire Police Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT) (@LincsRuralCrime) December 22, 2018