Wolverhampton's all-weather meetings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday have been abandoned.
Although the two afternoon fixtures on Monday and Tuesday will go ahead as scheduled, temperatures are set to fall later in the week.
Last Saturday's evening meeting at Wolverhampton was abandoned after just three races when jockeys raised concerns about the Polytrack surface balling under the horses' hooves once temperatures dipped.
Thursday's meeting at Wolverhampton was a twilight fixture, while Friday's and Saturday's cards were due to be on an evening.
The three fixtures have been switched to afternoon cards at Lingfield, with Friday's meeting now scheduled for Sunday.
Lingfield clerk of the course Neil MacKenzie Ross said: "We've taken all three fixtures but as we're already racing at Lingfield on Friday, we've moved that card to Sunday.
"It means we'll be racing for eight days in a row at Lingfield."
The British Horseracing Authority confirmed the original entries for the Wolverhampton meetings would be scrapped, with fresh entries for all three days due in on Tuesday.
Thursday's card will declare on Wednesday, Saturday's meeting will declare on Thursday, and Sunday's fixture will declare on Friday.
4 August 2015Morny target for Shalaa
Dickinson makes training return
Scott to strike out on his own
Pearl shines at Nottingham
Bright new Dawn at Naas
Undrafted set to swerve Haydock
'Awesome' Acapulco primed for York
Tropics set for Breeders' Cup trip
Winters ponders next Rebel move
Sails set for Newbury
Hot aiming to burn off rivals
No return date set for Spring
3 August 2015Casey hoping for swift resumption
Ground key to Belardo targets
No hurry for Pharoah target
Phenomenal Pharoah does it again
Longford edges Galway thriller
Impact too strong at Chester
Fitz foiled on comeback
Baraweez in Galway repeat
McCullagh 'on the mend'
Amazing summer continues for Maria
Intilaaq camp on weather watch
Basem to step up in grade
Mini-break good for Horn - Gosden
Hobbs considered for Newbury trial
2 August 2015Dream week continues for Martin
Panama has American dream
Cyclone could stick to hurdling
Now Or Never excites O'Callaghan
Ervedya tackles Rothschild test
Mullins dominates Galway feature
Harty looking forward to a good Day
'Overwhelmed' Hughes bows out
Legatissimo stamps class on Nassau
Magical Dettori top gun at Goodwood
Dart hits Goodwood bullseye
Fantastic Frankie takes right Steps
Latharnach could drop back in trip
McNamara eager for training career
1 August 2015Rebel returns at Galway
No fairytale ending for Hughes
Stewards' glory for Magical Dettori
Legatissimo proves Nassau queen
Times targets Stewards' consolation
Hughes reflects on a golden career
Warrior books Ebor ticket
Muthmir makes amends
Hughes at his best on Bay
Mile proves golden for Beloved
Malabar stamps her class
Dettori guides Dubday to landmark
Charlton so Close to historic win
Diamonds ready to sparkle in Nassau