After a mixed night of wintry weather, it looks mostly bright and crisp today.
The occlusion which brought the precipitation is now clearing southwards so for Wednesday morning pretty sunny for most of us. Wintry showers may blow in off the Lincs coast, the further they blow inland the more likely they are to turn wintry.
By Wednesday afternoon we'll be in the direct path of a brisk Arctic blast, temperatures down on yesterday's at only 4c.
Tonight, a widespread ground frost is expected with icy stretches, then a cold start likely on Thursday with wintry showers for the Lincs coast. They will die out later however, leaving a dusting of snow in places. Winds will increase. It will be a tricky and nasty day to forecast.
Friday will see rain in the east clearing to dry, bright weather.
Friday night, widespread frost and ice is a risk.
Saturday, freezing fog patches first thing, wintry showers for Lincs. Turning out mainly dry, crisp and sunny.
Settled and bright but cold on Sunday.
Unsettled start to next week is looking likely.