Low pressure remains in charge of our weather over the next 24 hours. It pulled in a warm front giving us cloud and rain last night, and this morning, and a blustery wind too.
There is a change on the way though, it is turning drier and brighter for Friday and Saturday although the temperature will begin to fall.
By Friday it will be 4 or 5 degrees lower than today.
Today it is an improving picture through this afternoon as the warm front pushes away northwards.
It will turn drier and brighter with some sunny spells. The temperature will climb in the sunny spells to highs of 18c.
The highest temperatures will be across Lincolnshire but it will also be very windy too. As the temperatures rises this may trigger a few showers.
This evening and overnight will be dry with patchy cloud. The cloud and wind ensuring temperatures don't drop too low, so a frost-free night.
Tomorrow will be bright and breezy but showery. The showers are likely to be heavy too although they will blow through quickly in the wind. Tomorrow will feel cooler than today with highs of 13c.
Expect some rain on Thursday night before it turns drier on Friday, still a few showers through the morning but much improved in the afternoon. The wind will be lighter too but it will feel fresher.
On Friday night we see a return to cold temperatures and a ground frost but Saturday looks dry and sunny even though it will be a cold start.
Sunday will be dry and bright for much of the day, especially in the east, until the cloud builds in the afternoon from the west. This sets the scene for an unsettled start to next week.