When will it snow in Nottingham? BBC forecast shows 'heavy snowfall' next week

Get the sledges ready because heavy snowfall is heading for Nottingham next week
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BBC Weather is predicting that “heavy snow” will hit Nottingham within days. 

Temperatures across the county will plummet over the next few days as cold air arrives from Scandinavia, with the UK Health Security Agency’s cold weather alert expiring at 12pm on Friday (January 12). 

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It now looks likely that the freezing conditions will continue into next week, possibly accompanied by significant snowfall. 

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BBC Weather forecasts that “heavy snow” will fall in Nottingham next Tuesday (January 16). 

Sleet showers will dominate much of the day, before “heavy snow” falls between 4pm and 6pm. 

Highs of just 5C are predicted next Tuesday, although the wind will be “light”. 

Canada Geese fly on the snow-covered banks of the River Trent in Nottingham Canada Geese fly on the snow-covered banks of the River Trent in Nottingham
Canada Geese fly on the snow-covered banks of the River Trent in Nottingham
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This will remain dry and fine, with temperatures unlikely to climb higher than 6C. 

Nottinghamshire is still recovering from major flooding caused by Storm Henk last week. 

A major incident was declared by Nottinghamshire County Council as the River Trent’s water levels reached their highest level since 2000. 

All flood warnings around Nottingham have now been removed, although it will take time for flooding to subside in some areas.