Nottinghamshire weather for Easter weekend – A warm southerly airflow over the UK will bring mild weather for most areas for the Easter bank holiday weekend, although temperatures will probably be at their highest on Good Friday.
Although most places will stay dry for the majority of the weekend, there is the possibility of a shower at some point for many places, particularly in the north and west of the UK, where temperatures will be around average for the time of year.
More settled conditions will prevail in the south and east, where temperatures could feel really quite warm for spring, pushing into the low 20s C – although even here there may be the odd shower, and persistent low cloud in coastal areas will keep them cooler.
Nottinghamshire weather for Easter weekend
Today: Good Friday
Largely dry and bright with sunny spells, and any early fog patches soon clearing. Isolated showers developing mostly over high ground in the afternoon. Feeling warm, although cooler by the coast, where it will become breezy. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Largely dry overnight, with any afternoon showers soon dying away. Clear spells to start, but areas of mist, low cloud and fog patches developing overnight. Coastal breeze easing. Minimum temperature 6 °C.
Dry and warm inland. Any early mist and fog patches gradually clearing to leave sunny spells. Breezy later on coasts. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Dry with increasingly hazy sunshine Sunday and strengthening breeze. Cloudy with some rain and drizzle Monday. Winds easing. Largely cloudy with the odd shower possible Tuesday.