The Environment Agency's head of the joint emergency management service in Lincolnshire, has today released a statement regarding yesterday's "extraordinarily unusual amount of rainfall, which affected large areas of the county", he also explained what is happening today._
Some residents are suffering from flood water in their homes. We have fire appliances at the scene and there is a co-ordinated agency response.
In areas of localised flooding we are working with district colleagues, local councils and other agencies to put people back into communities for the clean-up operation to help those affected in East Lindsey and North Kesteven where the worst affected areas appear to be Digby, Timberland and Ruskington. Woodhall Spa, Leasingham, Horncastle and Louth were also affected. There was also a mudslide in Belchford which closed roads but has been cleared by the highways team._
The team said they were thankful that nobody has been seriously hurt during the flash-flooding. Locals can follow live reports from the Lincolnshire Environment Agency team on twitter here.
Widespread disruption is expected to blight major transport routes for a second day after fierce storms and torrential downpours.
As thunder and lightning - and even tornadoes - sweep across the region, you have been telling us where the worst of the bad weather is.
Met office warning in place for heavy rain, with showers moving north by tonight. We have a video of some flooding in Grantham.