According to the Environment Agency, weather warnings are extended as far as Northumberland and Christchurch in Dorset.Passengers on a London to Nottingham train had to be transferred after a landslide in Corby caused eight hour delays on Thursday.Around 400 people were stranded on the train before being evacuated and one person was treated at the scene by paramedics.East Midlands Trains have apologised, calling it a “challenging situation” due to rubble and serious flooding curbing rescue efforts.Simon Partridge of the Met Office said: “For Lincolnshire, Sunday wont fair too badly, there shouldn’t be much more additional rain.”We won’t see any significant rain until early Wednesday morning, which will see thundery downpours, with up to 20mm of rain.” Hundreds of residents will be evacuated for up to two days in Lincolnshire amid concerns about flood defences for the River Steeping.The Environment Agency confirmed that a decision had been made to “evacuate the highest risk areas and the most vulnerable”.Heavy rainfall affected large parts of England on Wednesday and Thursday with dozens of flood warnings issued by the agency.Residents in Wainfleet experienced two months’ worth of rainfall in two days – leading to a burst in the river bank on Wednesday.A state of emergency was declared on Thursday and residents were evacuated from around 100 flooded properties in the town.The town was flooded and Three RAF Chinook helicopters dropped 270 one-tonne bags of aggregate to repair the bank on Friday. But according to City of Lincoln Council, the “repairs at River Steeping have deteriorated” and the RAF will return to “drop further ballast”. She told Lincolnshire Live: “The whole of the bottom of our house is completely gone. Everything’s floating including our beds”We recently renovated the whole of the first floor, but now everything we own is in foul water at the moment.”We really don’t know what’s going to happen… ‘We’ve just been to the shop and bought a few clothes because what I’ve got on is all I’ve got.” A tweet from Lincolnshire Police showed a map of affected properties and said residents should prepare to be away for 48 hours.Meanwhile, a rest centre has been set up in nearby Skegness, but warnings have been extended across the Midlands and North West. An RAF Chinook helicopter lands on the edge of the River Steeping Credit:PA The dots on this map are the properties surrounding #Wainfleet which require evacuating. Not sure if this means your address? Please crosscheck with the postcodes listed here:https://t.co/RqnIxPlRBBThank you for your understanding and we’ll keep you updated pic.twitter.com/hUtvu6jwFx— Lincolnshire Police (@lincspolice) June 15, 2019 The inside of Jean Hart’s homeCredit:Lincolnshire Live / MEN Media Homeowner Jean Hart and her husband say they “lost everything” after her Wainfleet home was flooded during heavy showers. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.