October 24, 2023 2.05 pm

Met Office: Heavy rain during Tuesday may lead to further flooding in Lincolnshire

Weather alert and flood warnings covering Lincolnshire for the rest of Tuesday

More rain is expected across Lincolnshire on Tuesday, with the Met Office warning that it may lead to further flooding, as waterways and the ground are waterlogged in the aftermath of Storm Babet over the weekend.

The whole of Lincolnshire is covered by the Met Office warning, alongside parts of Humberside, Nottinghamshire, and South Yorkshire, with rain expected throughout Tuesday.

The flood alerts map on Tuesday afternoon.

The Environment Agency also has in place dozens of flood warnings and alerts across our region, covering a lot of the areas affected last weekend, including Lincoln, Short Ferry, Ruskington, Wainfleet and Horncastle. See the flood alerts map here.

A range of roads across Lincolnshire remain closed due to flooding, with the advice remaining not to drive through flood water.

  • Waterloo Lane, Skellingthorpe
  • B1399 Lincoln Road, Fulnetby
  • Barff Lane, Glentham
  • B1399/A158, Bullington
  • B1205 Gainsborough Road Northorpe near Scotter
  • Long Leys Road, Lincoln
  • B1198 Great Steeping
  • Main Road, Aby
  • Roughton Road, Kirkby on Bain
  • Main Street, Kirkby on Bain
  • Moor Lane, Horsington
  • Beck Street, Digby
  • Billingborough Road, Folkingham
  • Heath Lane, Great Ponton
  • Main Road, Little Hale
  • Westborough Lane, Long Benington
  • School Lane, Sedgbrook
  • High Street, North Scarle
  • Chapel Lane, North Scarle
  • School Lane, North Scarle
  • Eagle Road, North Scarle
  • Church Lane, North Scarle
  • Claypool Lane, Scothern
  • Scothern Road, Langworth
  • Fen Lane, Dunston
  • Moor Lane, Potterhanworth
  • Croft Lane at Low Road Junction, Burgh
  • Fen Road, Mareham Le Fen
  • Duckpool Lane, Stixwould
  • Waterside South, Lincoln
  • Waterside North, Lincoln
  • Beckingham Road, Stapleford
  • West Bank, Saxilby
  • Balmoral Avenue, Spalding
  • Main Road, Low Toynton
  • Ferry Road, Short Ferry

More updates and advice if you’ve been impacted by flooding is available on the Lincolnshire County Council website.

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