Nottingham weather forecast as “widespread thunderstorms” ahead
After a few wet days in Nottingham, the rain is expected to subside for the last day of June – but more will come this weekend.
Forecasters expect “widespread thunderstorms” in the East Midlands on Sunday (July 4).
The start of the weather will be cloudy until Wednesday June 30 but the sun is expected this afternoon from 4 p.m.
There is less than 10 percent rain throughout the day.
Friday also looks much more promising, with highs of 22C in Nottingham expected on Friday, sunny spells and dry conditions.
England face Ukraine in the Euro quarter-finals on Saturday, and initial forecasts appear to be 21C in Nottingham but with some downpours expected.
But Sunday is shaping up to be the worst day of the week as the rain arrives.
There is a 60% chance of heavy rain in Nottingham from 1 p.m. Sunday, according to the Met Office at 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Here are the Met Office’s outlook for the region for the coming week in the region:
Today (June 30):
A dull and cloudy start for many with a few patches of light rain or drizzle and extensive fog over the Derbyshire hills. During the morning, low clouds will slowly burn towards the coast, with hot sunny spells developing. Maximum temperature 20 ° C.
Mist, fog and low clouds return inland after dusk and become widespread after midnight. Most areas dry out, but coastal drizzle is likely around dawn. Minimum temperature 6 ° C.
Matte and cloudy at the start with fog on the hills. Perhaps the strange place of the fine rain. Slowly improving from the west in the morning with some light in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 20 ° C.
Outlook from Friday to Sunday:
Gloomy and cloudy starts, but clearings develop. Mainly dry Friday, but possible showers on Saturday. Often hot during the day inland, but cooler towards the coast.
Generalized thunderstorms Sunday.