Nottinghamshire can expect a Sunday filled with sunny spells and scattered showers, according to the latest forecast from the Met Office.
The weather will be breezy at first with showers on eastern coasts, but this will soon clear, giving way to sunshine and scattered showers, some of which may be heavy and possibly thundery.
The morning will see the development of showers, mainly in the west, while the east will become drier with more sunny spells. The temperature is expected to rise gradually, reaching a maximum of 18°C by midday. The chance of precipitation remains low, under 5% for most of the morning, but increases to 10% by noon.
The afternoon will continue to see sunny intervals, with temperatures peaking at 18°C. However, the chance of rain will rise to 50% by 4 pm, with scattered showers expected.
These showers may be heavy at times.
As the evening approaches, the showers will gradually die away, leading to a dry night with clear spells and light winds. The temperature will drop to a minimum of 14°C, and some isolated fog patches may form.
UV levels are expected to be moderate throughout the day, while pollution and pollen levels are forecasted to remain low.
Breezy at first with showers on eastern coasts, this soon clearing. Sunshine and scattered showers, heavy at times and perhaps thundery, developing during the morning. Showers will be mainly in the west, the east becoming drier with more sunny spells. Maximum temperature 19 °C.
Any lingering showers gradually dying away during the evening. A dry night to follow with clear spells and light winds, allowing some isolated fog patches to form. Minimum temperature 9 °C.
Monday promises a day of sunny spells with isolated showers developing.
Any early fog patches are expected to clear quickly.
The showers on Monday are forecast to be generally lighter than on Sunday, with a maximum temperature of 19°C and a minimum nighttime temperature of 12°C. UV levels will be high, while pollution and pollen levels will remain low.