High speed winds hit Lincolnshire

A tree was felled by the high winds in Chapel St Leonards last night (Monday, March 31). Photo credit: Chris Morton.
A tree was felled by the high winds in Chapel St Leonards last night (Monday, March 31). Photo credit: Chris Morton.
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Much of Lincolnshire was issued a severe weather warning for high speed winds during last night (Monday, March 30) continuing into tonight (Tuesday, March 31) until around 7pm.

The yellow warning issued by the Met Office warned of gales at potential speeds of 50-60 mph predicted, affecting the whole of Lincolnshire.

Fencing was blown down in gardens on Brunswick Drive in Skegness. Photo supplied.

Fencing was blown down in gardens on Brunswick Drive in Skegness. Photo supplied.

Isolated gusts of 65-70 mph have been experienced in exposed locations.

Have you heard or seen of any wind damage locally?

We have been sent a number of pictures so far, showing fences being blown down in Skegness and trees felled in the Chapel St Leonards area.

Email lee.croft@jpress.co.uk with your pictures and experiences of the high winds.