Nottinghamshire can expect a day of fluctuating weather conditions this Friday, 25 August 2023.
According to the latest data from the Met Office, the day will start bright but will see a mix of sunny spells and showers, some of which may turn heavy and thundery by the afternoon.
The day is expected to kick off with a bright start, with temperatures hovering around 11-13°C in the early hours. The chance of rain remains less than 5% during the morning.
By late morning, clouds are expected to bubble up, leading to showers breaking out. These showers may become heavy and thundery in places during the afternoon. The temperature is expected to reach a maximum of 18°C. The chance of rain will increase to 40-80%.
As the sun sets around 20:10, the showers are expected to ease, becoming largely dry overnight. The temperature will dip to around 15-14°C, and the chance of precipitation will drop to less than 5-10%.
- UV Index: Moderate
- Pollution: Low
- Pollen: Moderate
A bright start for most. Cloud bubbling up with showers breaking from late-morning. Showers may become heavy and thundery in places Friday afternoon. Driest in the east. Slightly cooler than of late. Gentle winds. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Showers easing through the evening, becoming largely dry overnight with variable cloud. An organised band of showery rain may push eastwards in the early hours, mainly affecting Derbyshire hills. Minimum temperature 10 °C.
Changeable Saturday with scattered showers and sunny spells. Some showers may once again turn locally heavy or thundery. Showers fading and skies clearing later. Light winds. Maximum temperature 19 °C.