Weather forecast - Wednesday 24 August 2016
Feels Like: 22°C
Feels Like: 27°C
Feels Like: 20°C
Feels Like: 16°C
wind gusts 19.8 mph
Some light cloud will come and hide the sun periodically in the morning. The weather will be overcast during the second half of the day and the sun will have trouble breaking through.
14°C / 22°C
13°C / 23°C
12°C / 22°C
15°C / 22°C
13°C / 19°C
11°C / 20°C
12°C / 20°C
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Nottingham is a city situated in the East Midlands of England. The weather in Nottingham is typical of England with generally warm summers, mild autumns, icy winters and rainy springs. Many visitors are attracted to Nottingham each year because of its nightlife and shops but also because of its links with the legend of Robin Hood.
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This city, renowned for its links with the legend of Robin Hood, has a relatively small population of around 305 000 people, but is the second largest city in the East Midlands. It is known for being a strong town economically, for its tourism, shopping and nightlife. The city is also a renowned sporting centre, home to various different sports venues such as the National Water Sports Centre and the National Ice Centre. The city boasts two large universities and boasts a large student population. Nottingham experiences typically English weather with warm summers, wet springs and cold winters. Temperatures reach an average high of 21°C in summer and average lows of 1°C in winter.