Today’s weather forecast for Nottinghamshire on Friday, December 22nd, indicates predominantly cloudy conditions with intermittent rain throughout the day. Rainfall is expected to be most persistent and intense over the Peak District region, while areas to the southeast of elevated terrain might experience drier spells. The day will witness a gradual strengthening of winds, escalating to strong levels by the afternoon. The maximum temperature is estimated to reach around 10°C.
The hourly breakdown of the weather forecast provides insights into the expected temperature variations and the likelihood of rain. Starting at a steady 10°C at 7:00 AM, there’s an 80% chance of rain, which gradually diminishes to 40% by 8:00 AM. The probabilities of rain continue to fluctuate between 20% and 80% throughout the morning hours, with temperatures remaining consistent around 9-10°C. As the day progresses, the likelihood of rain diminishes, reaching a minimal 10% by the evening hours at 5:00 PM and maintaining through the night.
Tonight’s forecast anticipates continued cloudy skies with scattered rain showers initially, tapering off as the night progresses. While away from the Peak District, the night is expected to remain relatively dry, although winds might ease briefly early in the evening before picking up strength again overnight. The minimum temperature is expected to be around 8°C.
Looking ahead to Saturday, the weather outlook for Nottinghamshire indicates yet another day dominated by clouds and windy conditions. Rainfall is anticipated over the Peak District, while other areas are expected to experience drier weather. The temperatures are forecasted to remain mild, reaching a maximum of around 11°C.
The weather prospects for the upcoming days suggest that Sunday might bring strong winds and recurring rain showers. Christmas Day holds the promise of drier periods with a possibility of occasional showers. Boxing Day is forecasted to be dry and bright, albeit chilly, as the winds are expected to ease further.