Over at Trent Bridge for the third day of the Ashes test, any early cloud will clear, leaving blue skies and strong searing sunshine.
It will be hotter than yesterday with temperatures at high as 28c possible.
England will be looking to build on their lead on today as the day three of the first Test match begins in Trent Bridge.
England resume on a 80-2 after losing Joe Root and Jonathan Trott.
England rallied to 80-2 at the close of play after losing Joe Root and Jonathan Trott in two successive balls earlier in the innings.
A coach for Henley cricket club, who Ashton Agar played for before the Ashes, told ITV News the teenager never got near a century while playing for them but did hit "a quickfire 50".
Todd Ferguson added: "You could genuinely tell he was going to be a special talent, not only with the ball but with the bat".
The second day of the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge has finished for the day with England on 80-2, giving them a lead of 14.
Australia set a total of 280 after their number 11 batsman Ashton Agar scored 98 on his debut.
Despite opener Joe Root and Jonathan Trott being dismissed in two balls, England rallied and are left with a narrow lead going into day three.
It has been a beautiful summer's day at Trent Bridge and the warm weather is set to continue tomorrow.
But there are risks of showers on Saturday afternoon - which could also be Nottingham's hottest day of the year.
Henley cricket club, who Ashton Agar played for earlier this season, have tweeted:
England have lost two wickets in two balls with opener Joe Root and Jonathan Trott both dismissed by Mitchell Starc.
Australia's Ashton Agar made history by becoming the first batsman in at number 11 to hit a half-century on his debut - the 19-year-old was only two runs short of 100.
The first Ashes Test is nicely poised with Australia taking a 65 run lead after the first innings at Trent Bridge.