According to the latest Nottinghamshire forecast from the Met Office, the day will start with sunny intervals, but we should prepare for thunderstorms by late morning.
The maximum daytime temperature is expected to reach 21 degrees Celsius, while the minimum nighttime temperature will drop to a cooler 13 degrees Celsius.
The UV index is high, and the pollen count is moderate, which might bring some relief to those with allergies.
The Met Office has issued a wind warning due to an Atlantic low-pressure system that is bringing unseasonably strong winds, heavy rain, and showers to many places across the UK over the coming days.
This could lead to difficult driving conditions and potential disruption to outdoor activities.
Looking ahead, the weather for Sunday, 16 July, is expected to be cloudy, changing to sunny intervals by early evening. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be 20 and 12 degrees Celsius, respectively. The UV index will remain high, with low pollution and moderate pollen levels.
Showers developing widely across the region by late-morning, heavy and thundery at times, but also occasional sunny intervals in-between. Becoming windy, with strong gusts, these especially in and around showers. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Residual heavy showers will be replaced by largely cloudy conditions and outbreaks of rain, these mainly across Derbyshire. The wind will gradually ease, but staying breezy, especially for eastern areas. Minimum temperature 13 °C.