Nottinghamshire residents can expect a day of changing skies this Monday, 3 July, according to the Met Office.
The day will start with sunny intervals, but these will give way to cloudier conditions by late morning.
Spells of rain and scattered showers, some heavy and thundery are expected to follow.
The maximum daytime temperature is predicted to reach 17 degrees Celsius, while the minimum nighttime temperature will drop to a cooler 12 degrees Celsius.
In terms of environmental conditions, the UV index for the day is set at a moderate level.
During the midday hours UV radiation is strongest.
The Met Office also reports low levels of pollution for the day, good news for those with respiratory conditions or who are sensitive to air quality.
Meanwhile, the pollen count is moderate, meaning that hay fever sufferers might want to have their antihistamines at the ready.
In conclusion, Monday, 3 July promises to be a comfortable day for most, with a balance of sun and cloud, manageable temperatures, and favourable environmental conditions.
An organised band of heavy rain and strong winds will push east across the region from mid-morning, bringing a thunderstorm risk. Scattered showers developing elsewhere, these likely turning heavy and thundery at times, before easing widely late afternoon. Maximum temperature 19 °C.
Showers continuing to fade through Monday evening, leaving clear spells for many. Increasingly windy and cloudy from midnight across southern counties as a band of rain spreads eastwards. Minimum temperature 11 °C.