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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the Sheffield Weather Page. A Weather site dedicated to the weather of Sheffield South Yorkshire united kingdom. Here you will find live weather feeds, lightning detection and records of the weather going back to 1955. I also do a local forecast five day weather forecast Sheffield and Rotherham. The family has been recording weather since 1955 and over the years the recording of weather has moved into the digital world allowing me to present live weather data so you can see what the wind is doing , how hot it’s getting or how cold it’s getting. You can check the wind and whether there are any storms nearby by looking at the live lightning. If you’re looking for data well you can access the electronic data from 2002 to present and also Weather data recorded via the Stephenson screen since 2006. You can also access all of the temperature and rainfall averages from 1955. If you’re wishing to have a copy of the data drop me a line and I’ll get back to you.

Latest news

Apart from some heavy rain overnight Saturday a fairly dry settled picture and any showers that do arrive will be mostly light and isolated so you’ll be very unlucky too see one. Despite the sunny spells a fairly cold to cool outlook apart from Saturday. Saturday a breezy day but nothing really of note. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for September is now available. As the support flash ends I’ve now enabled two live feeds from your tube although at the moment this is still under testing so may change again future. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here. www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Summer 2020 A brief round up Summer 2020 was a mild summer and also very wet. The 6th wettest on record this was after a very dry record breaking spring. If the dryness of spring continued it was likely that there would be water shortages and a great risk of major moorland fires. AS it was the weather gods flicked the switch and it started raining. Despite the high rainfall the year was no 2007 and a mere shadow of it despite peoples comments. The summer also had a much higher incidence of thundery weather in comparison to recent years although actual storms to hit the station were very few and most passed to the east with just a glancing blow. The dry weather of the spring stopped in June and the month started cool and wet with rain falling on every day bar on in the 1st ten days. Indeed the 7th only managed 11.8C. The amounts were large however as the weather turned warmer on the 13th a Thundery shower dropped 13.3mm on the 14th. The only storm to pass directly over the station was on the 16th but this only produced 6.1mm It turned cool on the 18th however a developing Thunderstorm dumped 22.2mm. A short dry hot spell from the 23rd to the 26th ended with with a storm brushing by the station. Temperatures peaked at 29.9C on the 25th with three days up to the mid eighties or lower eighties. After that it turned cold again for the time of year with over 25C difference in temperature between the 25th and the 29th. Five days Thunder was heard and although only one storm went over the station this was a big increase in previous years. June managed to come in at 15C just 0.5 degrees above normal while rainfall clocked in at 104.7mm 143.4% of the monthly average. The wet weather from June carried on into the first 10 days of the month. 62.1 mm of rain fell during the first ten days and then only 13.4mm for the rest of the month. The month started with 10.3mm then the wettest day was on the 8th with 28.9mm falling with a further 10.3mm falling on the 9t. After the switch was flicked and it became dry again. The month was a cold one with only one day prior to the last day hitting the mid seventies. The days 7th,8th and 9th with 14.5C, 13.5C and 11.8C being the highs. However the nights weren't much different although single figure digits were recorded on four nights these being the 10th, 12th and the 20th and 21st. The coldest night being the 12th with only 8.5C being recorded.The period from the 22nd to the 27th produce pleasant feeling days with temperatures in low twenties. The heat was saved for the last two days of the month. 26.1C on the 30th and there was a possibility of a new record on the 31st but just missed out as temperatures stopped at 33.6C 92.5C. Despite the heat on the last two days the month closed a degree below normal. The station once again dodged the Thunderstorm as one just brushed passed on the 31st as the western branch of the storm died on approach. Of course as soon as the storm passed it grew rapidly in size giving areas to the north plenty of rain and lightning. So whether the summer was going to mild and went or warm and average rainfall all rested on August. It was very dry for the first fourteen days with only 9.8mm falling and 8.9mm was during 11th when a brief but loud storm hit the region overnight. However from the 15th it turned very wet with well over 100mm being recorded and pushing the summer into the top ten of wettest summers. 34.1mm fell on the 16th 13.8mm on the 19th and 14.9 and 14.3mm on the 24th and 25th and another two days with over 10mm on the 27th and 28th. The last three days of the month were dry but cold for the time of year. The month started with a very warm to hot spell from the 5th to the 12th pushing the temperatures well above average. The peak temperatures on the 11th and 12th with 30.9C and 30.6C respectively. It turned much cooler on the 13th with a 11C degree drop in temperature. After that temperatures only passed the 21C mark on four days with some very cold days recorded towards the end of the month. Nighttime temperatures were mostly around mid teens only a few single digit days were recorded these being the 4th with 8.4C and 8.9C,9.0C and 5.9C on the 29th, 30th and the 31sth. The overnight temperatures being the main drive for an above average month which pushed the summer into a slightly above average figure. August only produced one day of Thundery activity despite storms being forecast on a number of days. Finally we managed to have the 2nd storm of the year short but sweet that it was. Overall ,a huge increase of the storms compared to recent years but overall once again pretty poor. A strange summer where they were periods of dry weather then periods of very wet weather and also some short but very hot spells.

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic. To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk , http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
Tissington Trail Winter 2019
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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the Sheffield Weather Page. A Weather site dedicated to the weather of Sheffield South Yorkshire united kingdom. Here you will find live weather feeds, lightning detection and records of the weather going back to 1955. I also do a local forecast five day weather forecast Sheffield and Rotherham. The family has been recording weather since 1955 and over the years the recording of weather has moved into the digital world allowing me to present live weather data so you can see what the wind is doing , how hot it’s getting or how cold it’s getting. You can check the wind and whether there are any storms nearby by looking at the live lightning. If you’re looking for data well you can access the electronic data from 2002 to present and also Weather data recorded via the Stephenson screen since 2006. You can also access all of the temperature and rainfall averages from 1955. If you’re wishing to have a copy of the data drop me a line and I’ll get back to you.
Sheffield Weather Page

Latest news

Apart from some heavy rain overnight Saturday a fairly dry settled picture and any showers that do arrive will be mostly light and isolated so you’ll be very unlucky too see one. Despite the sunny spells a fairly cold to cool outlook apart from Saturday. Saturday a breezy day but nothing really of note. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for September is now available. As the support flash ends I’ve now enabled two live feeds from your tube although at the moment this is still under testing so may change again future. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here. www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Summer 2020 A brief round up Summer 2020 was a mild summer and also very wet. The 6th wettest on record this was after a very dry record breaking spring. If the dryness of spring continued it was likely that there would be water shortages and a great risk of major moorland fires. AS it was the weather gods flicked the switch and it started raining. Despite the high rainfall the year was no 2007 and a mere shadow of it despite peoples comments. The summer also had a much higher incidence of thundery weather in comparison to recent years although actual storms to hit the station were very few and most passed to the east with just a glancing blow. The dry weather of the spring stopped in June and the month started cool and wet with rain falling on every day bar on in the 1st ten days. Indeed the 7th only managed 11.8C. The amounts were large however as the weather turned warmer on the 13th a Thundery shower dropped 13.3mm on the 14th. The only storm to pass directly over the station was on the 16th but this only produced 6.1mm It turned cool on the 18th however a developing Thunderstorm dumped 22.2mm. A short dry hot spell from the 23rd to the 26th ended with with a storm brushing by the station. Temperatures peaked at 29.9C on the 25th with three days up to the mid eighties or lower eighties. After that it turned cold again for the time of year with over 25C difference in temperature between the 25th and the 29th. Five days Thunder was heard and although only one storm went over the station this was a big increase in previous years. June managed to come in at 15C just 0.5 degrees above normal while rainfall clocked in at 104.7mm 143.4% of the monthly average. The wet weather from June carried on into the first 10 days of the month. 62.1 mm of rain fell during the first ten days and then only 13.4mm for the rest of the month. The month started with 10.3mm then the wettest day was on the 8th with 28.9mm falling with a further 10.3mm falling on the 9t. After the switch was flicked and it became dry again. The month was a cold one with only one day prior to the last day hitting the mid seventies. The days 7th,8th and 9th with 14.5C, 13.5C and 11.8C being the highs. However the nights weren't much different although single figure digits were recorded on four nights these being the 10th, 12th and the 20th and 21st. The coldest night being the 12th with only 8.5C being recorded.The period from the 22nd to the 27th produce pleasant feeling days with temperatures in low twenties. The heat was saved for the last two days of the month. 26.1C on the 30th and there was a possibility of a new record on the 31st but just missed out as temperatures stopped at 33.6C 92.5C. Despite the heat on the last two days the month closed a degree below normal. The station once again dodged the Thunderstorm as one just brushed passed on the 31st as the western branch of the storm died on approach. Of course as soon as the storm passed it grew rapidly in size giving areas to the north plenty of rain and lightning. So whether the summer was going to mild and went or warm and average rainfall all rested on August. It was very dry for the first fourteen days with only 9.8mm falling and 8.9mm was during 11th when a brief but loud storm hit the region overnight. However from the 15th it turned very wet with well over 100mm being recorded and pushing the summer into the top ten of wettest summers. 34.1mm fell on the 16th 13.8mm on the 19th and 14.9 and 14.3mm on the 24th and 25th and another two days with over 10mm on the 27th and 28th. The last three days of the month were dry but cold for the time of year. The month started with a very warm to hot spell from the 5th to the 12th pushing the temperatures well above average. The peak temperatures on the 11th and 12th with 30.9C and 30.6C respectively. It turned much cooler on the 13th with a 11C degree drop in temperature. After that temperatures only passed the 21C mark on four days with some very cold days recorded towards the end of the month. Nighttime temperatures were mostly around mid teens only a few single digit days were recorded these being the 4th with 8.4C and 8.9C,9.0C and 5.9C on the 29th, 30th and the 31sth. The overnight temperatures being the main drive for an above average month which pushed the summer into a slightly above average figure. August only produced one day of Thundery activity despite storms being forecast on a number of days. Finally we managed to have the 2nd storm of the year short but sweet that it was. Overall ,a huge increase of the storms compared to recent years but overall once again pretty poor. A strange summer where they were periods of dry weather then periods of very wet weather and also some short but very hot spells.

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic. To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk , http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
Picture Ecclesall Woods May 020520
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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the Sheffield Weather Page. A Weather site dedicated to the weather of Sheffield South Yorkshire united kingdom. Here you will find live weather feeds, lightning detection and records of the weather going back to 1955. I also do a local forecast five day weather forecast Sheffield and Rotherham. The family has been recording weather since 1955 and over the years the recording of weather has moved into the digital world allowing me to present live weather data so you can see what the wind is doing , how hot it’s getting or how cold it’s getting. You can check the wind and whether there are any storms nearby by looking at the live lightning. If you’re looking for data well you can access the electronic data from 2002 to present and also Weather data recorded via the Stephenson screen since 2006. You can also access all of the temperature and rainfall averages from 1955. If you’re wishing to have a copy of the data drop me a line and I’ll get back to you.
Sheffield Weather Page

Latest news

Apart from some heavy rain overnight Saturday a fairly dry settled picture and any showers that do arrive will be mostly light and isolated so you’ll be very unlucky too see one. Despite the sunny spells a fairly cold to cool outlook apart from Saturday. Saturday a breezy day but nothing really of note. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for September is now available. As the support flash ends I’ve now enabled two live feeds from your tube although at the moment this is still under testing so may change again future. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here. www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Summer 2020 A brief round up Summer 2020 was a mild summer and also very wet. The 6th wettest on record this was after a very dry record breaking spring. If the dryness of spring continued it was likely that there would be water shortages and a great risk of major moorland fires. AS it was the weather gods flicked the switch and it started raining. Despite the high rainfall the year was no 2007 and a mere shadow of it despite peoples comments. The summer also had a much higher incidence of thundery weather in comparison to recent years although actual storms to hit the station were very few and most passed to the east with just a glancing blow. The dry weather of the spring stopped in June and the month started cool and wet with rain falling on every day bar on in the 1st ten days. Indeed the 7th only managed 11.8C. The amounts were large however as the weather turned warmer on the 13th a Thundery shower dropped 13.3mm on the 14th. The only storm to pass directly over the station was on the 16th but this only produced 6.1mm It turned cool on the 18th however a developing Thunderstorm dumped 22.2mm. A short dry hot spell from the 23rd to the 26th ended with with a storm brushing by the station. Temperatures peaked at 29.9C on the 25th with three days up to the mid eighties or lower eighties. After that it turned cold again for the time of year with over 25C difference in temperature between the 25th and the 29th. Five days Thunder was heard and although only one storm went over the station this was a big increase in previous years. June managed to come in at 15C just 0.5 degrees above normal while rainfall clocked in at 104.7mm 143.4% of the monthly average. The wet weather from June carried on into the first 10 days of the month. 62.1 mm of rain fell during the first ten days and then only 13.4mm for the rest of the month. The month started with 10.3mm then the wettest day was on the 8th with 28.9mm falling with a further 10.3mm falling on the 9t. After the switch was flicked and it became dry again. The month was a cold one with only one day prior to the last day hitting the mid seventies. The days 7th,8th and 9th with 14.5C, 13.5C and 11.8C being the highs. However the nights weren't much different although single figure digits were recorded on four nights these being the 10th, 12th and the 20th and 21st. The coldest night being the 12th with only 8.5C being recorded.The period from the 22nd to the 27th produce pleasant feeling days with temperatures in low twenties. The heat was saved for the last two days of the month. 26.1C on the 30th and there was a possibility of a new record on the 31st but just missed out as temperatures stopped at 33.6C 92.5C. Despite the heat on the last two days the month closed a degree below normal. The station once again dodged the Thunderstorm as one just brushed passed on the 31st as the western branch of the storm died on approach. Of course as soon as the storm passed it grew rapidly in size giving areas to the north plenty of rain and lightning. So whether the summer was going to mild and went or warm and average rainfall all rested on August. It was very dry for the first fourteen days with only 9.8mm falling and 8.9mm was during 11th when a brief but loud storm hit the region overnight. However from the 15th it turned very wet with well over 100mm being recorded and pushing the summer into the top ten of wettest summers. 34.1mm fell on the 16th 13.8mm on the 19th and 14.9 and 14.3mm on the 24th and 25th and another two days with over 10mm on the 27th and 28th. The last three days of the month were dry but cold for the time of year. The month started with a very warm to hot spell from the 5th to the 12th pushing the temperatures well above average. The peak temperatures on the 11th and 12th with 30.9C and 30.6C respectively. It turned much cooler on the 13th with a 11C degree drop in temperature. After that temperatures only passed the 21C mark on four days with some very cold days recorded towards the end of the month. Nighttime temperatures were mostly around mid teens only a few single digit days were recorded these being the 4th with 8.4C and 8.9C,9.0C and 5.9C on the 29th, 30th and the 31sth. The overnight temperatures being the main drive for an above average month which pushed the summer into a slightly above average figure. August only produced one day of Thundery activity despite storms being forecast on a number of days. Finally we managed to have the 2nd storm of the year short but sweet that it was. Overall ,a huge increase of the storms compared to recent years but overall once again pretty poor. A strange summer where they were periods of dry weather then periods of very wet weather and also some short but very hot spells.

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic. To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk , http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
Eccesall Woods May 020520