Met Office’s weather forecast for Nottinghamshire on Sunday, 23 July.
The maximum daytime temperature is expected to be 20 degrees Celsius, with a minimum nighttime temperature of 12 degrees Celsius.
The UV index is moderate, and both pollution and pollen levels are low.
The day will start with light rain, which is expected to gradually change to overcast conditions by late morning. The total rainfall for the day is estimated to be around 0.4 inches.
Despite the rain, the temperature will remain relatively comfortable, with a high of 20 degrees Celsius and a low of 12 degrees Celsius.
Widely dull and grey as rain persists for much of the region. Occasional heavy downpours, especially across western hills. Perhaps drier in the far south this morning, although, showers developing here in the afternoon could turn heavy and thundery. Breezy. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
A broad area of cloud and rain will sink southwards through the evening, becoming widely wet overnight. Some heavier bursts remain likely. Easing winds. Minimum temperature 12 °C.
On Monday, 24 July, heavy rain is expected to change to cloudy conditions by late morning, with a maximum temperature of 18 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 11 degrees Celsius. The UV index is expected to be high, with low levels of pollution and pollen.
Tuesday, 25 July, is forecasted to be sunny, changing to cloudy by lunchtime, with maximum and minimum temperatures of 18 and 11 degrees Celsius, respectively. The UV index will be moderate, with low pollution and moderate pollen levels.
The rest of the week will see a mix of cloudy and sunny intervals, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 22 degrees Celsius during the day and 13 to 16 degrees Celsius at night.