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Thunderstorm warning issued for parts of Lincolnshire as temperatures expected to reach 31C

A yellow warning for thunderstorms has been issued across parts of Lincolnshire as we enter a hot weekend across the county. Weather forecaster the Met Office has issued the warning from 2pm on Saturday, September 9, until 9pm on the same day.

Places across Lincolnshire that are included in the warning are Lincoln, Bourne, Coningsby, Woodhall Spa, Sleaford, Spalding and Stamford. The Met Office predicts a few heavy showers and thunderstorms are possible, with some that may lead to disruption.

With a yellow thunderstorm warning, people can expect sudden flooding that could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures. There could also be delays and some cancellations to train and bus services.

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Lincoln and Sleaford are predicted to reach highs of 29C on Saturday, with Spalding and Coningsby predicted a scorching 31C. Skegness is anticipated to be cooler with highs of 25C and a sunny day.

Sunday to Tuesday across Lincolnshire is anticipated to begin hot and become cloudier on Monday with potentially thundery rain. Tuesday is predicted to have outbreaks of rain and sunny spells.

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