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Hour by hour Nottinghamshire weather for Monday 25 September

A look at the weather hour by hour for Nottinghamshire on Monday 25 September.

Nottinghamshire experiences a pleasant day today, Monday 25th September 2023.

The day begins with a mild temperature of 14°C at 6:00 am, maintaining this until 8:00 am, offering a cool and refreshing start to the day.

As the morning progresses, the temperature experiences a gradual increase, reaching 15°C by 9:00 am and 16°C by 10:00 am. By 11:00 am, Nottinghamshire basks in a comfortable 18°C.

The temperature peaks at 20°C between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm.

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Post peak hours, the temperature begins to drop, marking 19°C at 5:00 pm and continuing to decrease slowly as the evening progresses.

By 8:00 pm, the temperature is at a pleasant 17°C, and it further drops to 16°C by 10:00 pm. The day concludes with a mild 15°C at 11:00 pm, wrapping up a day marked by clear skies and warm temperatures.

The chance of rain remains less than 5% throughout the day, indicating a predominantly dry day with minimal chances of rain.

The UV levels are moderate, and the pollution levels are low, with no pollen data available.

The sunrise is at 6:55 am, and the sunset is at 6:56 pm.


A drier and brighter day, with sunny spells for many. Still on the breezy side. Perhaps the odd light shower is possible, especially in the west. Feeling warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 21 °C.

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Dry with clear spells overnight. Perhaps a few mist and fog patches forming in places before dawn. Generally a mild night, with lighter winds. Minimum temperature 11 °C.


After a dry and bright start, some heavy and possibly thundery showers are likely to move quickly northeastwards during the morning. Sunny spells and scattered showers following behind. Feeling warm. Maximum temperature 22 °C.


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