UPDATED: "Significant" flood warning in place on River Ancholme for Brigg area and South Ferriby (updated)
The Environment Agency has issued a "significant' likelihood of flooding warning for areas of the River Ancholme in the Brigg district today (Monday, January 28).
Flooding is possible - be prepared warnings are in place for the following areas:
Bishopbridge, Brandy Wharf, Brigg and South Ferriby. Tributaries may also affect Waddingham, Redbourne, Moortown, and Hibaldstow
The Agency says the chance of flooding for the river is greater than 1.3 per cent (1 in 75) and there is a "significant" risk of flooding in certain areas of the river.
The Met Office forecasts for the region show a dry day to start, with sunny spells.
However, this is expected to turn to rain at 3pm this afternoon, which will continue through to 9pm tonight.
Temperatures remain between 2C and 8C, but there is still widespread frost around the region's roads.
Delays are currently being reported on the M18 southbound, at the intersection with the M1.
This is causing heavy congestion for motorists.
North Lincolnshire Council gritters were out from 10pm last night treating precautionary routes.
There are currently no school closures across the region.
Update: 11am: The Met Office has warned North Lincolnshire can expect further rain over the next few days.
A spokeman for The Met Office said: "We are expecting some rain pushing its way through this afternoon, but this is expected to clear by late afternoon.
"This is only expected to last a few hours.
"We will see a similar band of rain tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday, January 29).
"The rest of the week we expect to see some blustery showers and there will be between 10mm and 15mm of rain the next day or two."
Update: 11.30am: North Lincolnshire Council has confirmed that the Ancholme Leisure Centre car park in Brigg is currently closed, due to flooding.
It is due to be reopened later today and the leisure centre is still open as normal.
A North Lincolnshire Council spokeswoman said: "The front car park at Ancholme Leisure Centre was closed off due to minor flooding.
"The car park is still closed, but it should be reopened later today.
"The leisure centre is open as usual."
Update: 12pm: The Environment Agency has declared that a flood warning imposed over the weekend for Barton-Upon-Humber is no longer in effect.
The agency imposed the flood alert on Saturday night for the area around the Humber Tributaries, including Butts Drain, Barrow Beck and East Halton Beck.
The alert came as a result of the rainfall that came over the weekend, as well as the melting of the snow that has fallen in the area in recent days.
However, the agency declared this morning (Monday, January 28) that the warning was no longer in force.