Bad weather high winds cause fallen trees in Scunthorpe, Broughton and Messingham while gazebo blows down in Bottesford
Motorists are asked to take care on the region's roads due to a number of fallen trees.
A spell of high winds caused trees to collapse on a number of roads across North Lincolnshire.
Trees are said to be partially blocking the A18 close to Forest Pines Hotel near Broughton, as well as the westbound carriageway towards Scunthorpe - where traffic is said to be building up.
Driving was said to be passable despite a fallen tree on the B1208 close to Arties Mill at Castlethorpe.
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Butterwick Road, Messingham, was reported to be blocked and Ermine Street, Broughton, passable with care.
This afternoon, high winds also led to the closure of the Humber Bridge to high-sided vehicles and vehicles towing trailers.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service was called to Moorwell Road, Bottesford, after a gazebo blew down down in high winds. The structure was dismantled and made safe.
Late this afternoon a tree was reported to have blown on to the M180, around half a mile past junction five for Barnetby Top.
One lane of the westbound carriageway was closed while work to recover the tree was carried out by the Highways Agency, with support provided by Humberside Police.
It has since re-opened.