Calm and settled few days ahead, with temperatures looking mild and keeping mostly dry.
Staying calm and settled, with mild temperatures and mostly dry for the next few days.
It will be mostly dry and cloudy, with the odd sunny spells developing. Also rather mild, but possible outbreaks of rain in the peaks.
St Botolph's Church in Boston, Lincolnshire was affected by last night's flooding:
Travel in the Midlands has been affected by the recent onset of severe winds that have hit the UK, but it is not just the roads that have been affected.
Both the East and West Midlands have been issued with warnings of ice on the roads, as well as winds so strong they have overturned lorries in the last few days.
Whilst a man in Nottingham was killed yesterday by a falling tree, the Met Office are advising people to take care of falling debris.
East Midlands trains have also suspended a number of services this morning and anyone thinking of practising water-sports should take extra caution, whilst those with a canal boat or sailing boat should wear a buoyancy aid at all times.
High tide passed, Boston defences seem to have held - advice not to travel through town till 10am stands - latest... http://t.co/tyL5bGWIin
Multi-agency staff hard at it planning the Boston clean-up operation http://t.co/s4FkRWnx4C
Many train services in the Midlands are still facing delays and cancellations after the severe weather which has hit the country. Some of the companies affected include:
- Virgin Trains
- Great Anglia
- East Midlands Trains
- London Midland
- Grand Central
- Arriva Trains Wales
Thousands of fish are being evacuated from a sea life sanctuary following last night's flooding.
Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary was flooded after the sea breached defences.
The fish are being moved to Weymouth in Dorset. The sanctuary's penguins are also likely to be moved until power is restored.
The scale of the damage from yesterday's storm surge is evident this morning in Basford, where a KIA garage is covered in debris.
Seven severe flood warnings are still in place on the River Trent in Lincolnshire after the highest storm surge in more than 60 years.
Water levels are expected to rise again the next high tide.
A yellow 'be aware' warning of ice remains in place this morning across the East and West Midlands.
The Met Office warnings have been in place since 3:00pm yesterday.
Areas that could be affected include Derbyshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Telford and Wrekin, Worcestershire and Stoke-on-Trent.
A yellow warning of wind still remains in place for the East Midlands.
Strong winds hit the region yesterday causing disruption.