It may not be quite summer weather just yet but sunny intervals are looking likely this weekend.
According to the Met Office any showers from earlier in the day on Friday will fade away by the evening to leave it mostly dry with clear spells.
The odd shower may still linger on a chilly night with temperatures dropping from around nine degrees at 7pm to seven degrees at 10pm.
Light showers could change to sunny intervals by lunchtime on Saturday, May 11, with temperatures rising up to 12 degrees. It is expected to be a mostly sunny day. Some cloud may bubble up and deliver a few showers in the middle of the day.
Some participants may get caught in those showers in two big events taking place over the weekend.
The St Barnabas Hospice colour dash takes place on Saturday where thousands of people will be showered in colourful paint at Lincolnshire Showground.
The Chestnut Homes Lincoln Grand Prix also takes place this weekend. The Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive kicks-off proceedings on Saturday, May 11. The first Lincoln Grand Prix was held in the summer of 1956. The main event of the 2019 edition will take place on Sunday, May 12.
There will be sunny intervals and a gentle breeze on Sunday, May 12. On Sunday and into the start of next week high pressure will sit over the region so it should be dry with light winds and sunny spells. Mist and fog patches are likely overnight in places.