It started this morning at Lincoln Castle, and headed to Nottinghamshire, on what could have possibly been The Olympic Torch's wettest day yet.
The Torch travelled through Saxilby and on into Nottinghamshire, with legs in Darlton, East Markham, Tuxford, Kirton, Boughton and Ollerton, and Edwinstowe.
It was then taken to Sherwood Forest, where Torchbearer Laura Graves carried the Flame in front of the 800 year old oak tree.
The Torch continued onto Mansfield Woodhouse and Mansfield, where heavy rain halted the Relay.
Fierce thunderstorms and heavy rain meant that the Flame had to be transferred back into a lantern, before it was relit, and the Relay continued.
From Mansfield, the Torch travelled to Kelham, and onto Newark, Balderton and Grantham, visiting Belton House.
The rain continued, but it didn't dampen the spirits of the onlookers.
Finally, the Torch headed to Nottingham via Radcliffe on Trent, then onto the National Water Sports Centre, and West Bridgford.
Nottingham soldier, Corporal Daniel Whittingham, 26, carried the Torch in his home town of Nottingham.
The Torch was carried across Trent Bridge via the Meadows into the city centre via Sneinton and Hockley.
It was then carried by Olympic Gold medallists Torvill and Dean, who lit the cauldron at teh evening celebrations in Market Square.
It was the first time they had appeared in front of such huge crowds in Market Square since their won Olympic Golds 28 years ago.
The Torch will leave Nottingham Castle tomorrow and head towards Derbyshire, where it will then carry on to the West Midlands.