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Nottinghamshire weather forecast for Sunday 30 July

Nottinghamshire residents can expect a day of varied weather conditions this Sunday, July 30, according to the latest forecast from the Met Office.

The day will start with sunny intervals, but these will give way to light showers by late morning.

The maximum daytime temperature is expected to reach a comfortable 21 degrees Celsius, while the minimum nighttime temperature will be a mild 16 degrees Celsius.

Despite the showers, the UV index will be moderate.

The Met Office also reports that the pollution and pollen levels will be low, providing some relief for those with allergies or respiratory conditions.

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As the day progresses, the weather will take a turn, with cloud cover increasing ahead of rain arriving during the late afternoon.

This rain is expected to persist through the evening, accompanied by brisk gusty winds.

Despite the shift in weather, temperatures will remain near average, although the fresh breeze may make it feel cooler.

Looking ahead to the early hours of Monday, the weather is expected to turn drier, with winds easing and temperatures staying mild. The minimum temperature for the night is forecasted to be 15 degrees Celsius.

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Today: Sunday

Isolated showers and bright spells Sunday morning. Cloud increasing ahead of rain arriving during the late afternoon, persisting through the evening. Brisk gusty winds. Temperatures near average but feeling cool in the fresh breeze. Maximum temperature 21 °C.


Cloudy into the evening, bringing spells of persistent rain for a time overnight but turning drier by the early hours of Monday. Winds easing and temperatures staying mild. Minimum temperature 15 °C.


Largely dry to start Monday but occasional showers likely through the day, these becoming increasingly heavy and persistent into the afternoon and evening. Maximum temperature 21 °C.


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