Weather experts predict plenty of sunshine and higher temperatures later this week.
A county public health chief is encouraging people to 'make the most' of summer months in case Covid-19 cases rise from the autumn.
A warm thank you has been given to members of the public who have shown kindness and support to police officers during the coronavirus crisis.
'Very high' UV levels are expected today with thunderstorms set to follow.
A public health boss expects localised outbreaks connected to businesses or schools, rather than a widespread surge in cases.
The Prime Minister has today announced further easing of lockdown restrictions as the battle against Covid-19 continues.
The county has seen no new positive coronavirus cases for the second day.
Blue skies, sunshine and warm temperatures are set to continue for the next few days.
Car parks, public toilets and tourism businesses will stay closed.
Some 150 people will be trained to track down and isolate those who have come into contact with positive Covid-19 cases.
The trust which runs the Pilgrim Hospital is prepared for a potential surge in coronavirus cases in a fortnight.
Cases of coronavirus Covid-19 have been confirmed in 17 care homes across Lincolnshire.
The deaths of five patients brings the total number of Covid-19-related deaths in Lincolnshire to 58.
The trust which runs Pilgrim Hospital has confirmed the number of Covid-19 patients who have so far been discharged.