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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

Today proved how tricky it is to determine when and if the low cloud burns off. Cloud from the north sea a problem for the next two days then we should see an end to it. Mostly cloudy Saturday and Sunday when it could actually be a cold unless the sun manages to get through. Sunday again north sea cloud being an issue this replaced by Thundery rain during the evening. Monday Tuesday showery with sunny spells as the pattern changes to Atlantic driven weather. Wednesday dry but the evening and night very wet as the mobile Atlantic kicks in. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for July is now available. I’ve updated the weather averages to include the top ten hottest and coldest ten years and months while rain has been updated to include wettest and driest months. Windspeed and gusts will follow later this month. 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
Spring 2020 A brief round up Spring 2020 was the driest on record but failed by quite a margin to be the warmest. That said there was plenty of warm sunny weather which was a godsend considering the lock down for Cornavirus. The sunny days certainly helping keeping depression at bay as one was able to work in the gardens or go on walks. The dry spring started after one of the wettest February's on record. March started fairly dry with 0.5mm in the first six days 0.5mm which also fell as Snow. A cool dry start then with three air frosts and a total of eight air frosts beating the whole of winter combined. The days of Snow falling, two matched January and beat December as well. It soon warmed up with a mild spell from the 7th to the 17th. Temperatures reached double figures five days on the bounce and this was wettest period of the month with 11.9mm falling on the 9th and only 2.9mm fall outside this period. So 33.8mm fell towards the months total. Temperatures fell enough on the 9th for the rain to turn to sleet briefly. A cooler spell from the 18th to the 21st followed by another mild spell by day from the 22nd to the 27th. This period recorded the highest temperatures of the month and the coldest. A low of -2.1C was recorded on the 23rd followed by highs of 16.4C and 17.2C on the 24th and 25th.It turned colder from the 28th with snow flurries on the 29th.There was a run of 11 days without any measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. The cold nights meaning it was mild month with temperatures 0.8C above normal. Following a dry March April continued the trend and also turned into a warm month with temperatures 1.9C above normal. Again a sunny month and felt more like May temperature wise. The wettest days were 28th and the 29th with 3.9C and 3.8C being recorded in a total of 12.6mm. Despite being a warm month it still chipped in with one air frost on the 14th with -1.4C being the low. Temperatures generally stayed in the upper teens or lower 20's with the 20 degree mark being hit or exceeded on 5 days. The warmest day was on the 10th with 22.2C being recorded followed by 21.6C the day after. The coldest day was the 1st with 8.5C being the high and the 28th with 9.3C. There were very mild to warm spells from the 2nd to the 12th then from the 14th to 17th then another one from the 19th to the 27th. A run of nine days without measurable rain from the 19th to the 27th while the period from the 1st to the 27th only produced 3.9mm of rainfall. May was another dry month and on the very mild side. The month did produce more in the way of temperatures contrasting with a warm period from the 2nd to the 9th followed by a cool spell from the 10th to 13thand then another warm spell from the 16th to the months end. The first part of the month was warm with three days into the lower to mid twenties with 20.7C, 22.1 and 24.2C being reached on the 7th,8th and 9th. A brief northerly outbreak from the 10th produced the coldest day with 9C and an air frost on the 14th with -0.6C being recorded. The period also brought the months average down from well above normal to normal. However it soon warmed up again and by the 20th and 26.9C was reached. A cool down to more normal temperatures for three days followed then summer returned with temperatures in the low to near mid twenties with plenty of sunshine around. Very little rain fall during the month with 2.8mm being the high. Only 0.9mm fell between 1st and the 20th and another dry spell from 25th to the months end followed. Getting the driest Autumn and Month on record was a hard task but the month managed it with only 5.4mm falling bringing the seasons total to 54.7mm beating the old 1990 record by 0.6mm. People may be surprised that May didn't make the top ten warmest months despite all the pleasant days we had. This was mainly due to the nights being just 0.1C above the normal temperature.

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/
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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

Today proved how tricky it is to determine when and if the low cloud burns off. Cloud from the north sea a problem for the next two days then we should see an end to it. Mostly cloudy Saturday and Sunday when it could actually be a cold unless the sun manages to get through. Sunday again north sea cloud being an issue this replaced by Thundery rain during the evening. Monday Tuesday showery with sunny spells as the pattern changes to Atlantic driven weather. Wednesday dry but the evening and night very wet as the mobile Atlantic kicks in. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for July is now available. I’ve updated the weather averages to include the top ten hottest and coldest ten years and months while rain has been updated to include wettest and driest months. Windspeed and gusts will follow later this month. 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
Spring 2020 A brief round up Spring 2020 was the driest on record but failed by quite a margin to be the warmest. That said there was plenty of warm sunny weather which was a godsend considering the lock down for Cornavirus. The sunny days certainly helping keeping depression at bay as one was able to work in the gardens or go on walks. The dry spring started after one of the wettest February's on record. March started fairly dry with 0.5mm in the first six days 0.5mm which also fell as Snow. A cool dry start then with three air frosts and a total of eight air frosts beating the whole of winter combined. The days of Snow falling, two matched January and beat December as well. It soon warmed up with a mild spell from the 7th to the 17th. Temperatures reached double figures five days on the bounce and this was wettest period of the month with 11.9mm falling on the 9th and only 2.9mm fall outside this period. So 33.8mm fell towards the months total. Temperatures fell enough on the 9th for the rain to turn to sleet briefly. A cooler spell from the 18th to the 21st followed by another mild spell by day from the 22nd to the 27th. This period recorded the highest temperatures of the month and the coldest. A low of -2.1C was recorded on the 23rd followed by highs of 16.4C and 17.2C on the 24th and 25th.It turned colder from the 28th with snow flurries on the 29th.There was a run of 11 days without any measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. The cold nights meaning it was mild month with temperatures 0.8C above normal. Following a dry March April continued the trend and also turned into a warm month with temperatures 1.9C above normal. Again a sunny month and felt more like May temperature wise. The wettest days were 28th and the 29th with 3.9C and 3.8C being recorded in a total of 12.6mm. Despite being a warm month it still chipped in with one air frost on the 14th with - 1.4C being the low. Temperatures generally stayed in the upper teens or lower 20's with the 20 degree mark being hit or exceeded on 5 days. The warmest day was on the 10th with 22.2C being recorded followed by 21.6C the day after. The coldest day was the 1st with 8.5C being the high and the 28th with 9.3C. There were very mild to warm spells from the 2nd to the 12th then from the 14th to 17th then another one from the 19th to the 27th. A run of nine days without measurable rain from the 19th to the 27th while the period from the 1st to the 27th only produced 3.9mm of rainfall. May was another dry month and on the very mild side. The month did produce more in the way of temperatures contrasting with a warm period from the 2nd to the 9th followed by a cool spell from the 10th to 13thand then another warm spell from the 16th to the months end. The first part of the month was warm with three days into the lower to mid twenties with 20.7C, 22.1 and 24.2C being reached on the 7th,8th and 9th. A brief northerly outbreak from the 10th produced the coldest day with 9C and an air frost on the 14th with -0.6C being recorded. The period also brought the months average down from well above normal to normal. However it soon warmed up again and by the 20th and 26.9C was reached. A cool down to more normal temperatures for three days followed then summer returned with temperatures in the low to near mid twenties with plenty of sunshine around. Very little rain fall during the month with 2.8mm being the high. Only 0.9mm fell between 1st and the 20th and another dry spell from 25th to the months end followed. Getting the driest Autumn and Month on record was a hard task but the month managed it with only 5.4mm falling bringing the seasons total to 54.7mm beating the old 1990 record by 0.6mm. People may be surprised that May didn't make the top ten warmest months despite all the pleasant days we had. This was mainly due to the nights being just 0.1C above the normal temperature.

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/
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
Picture Ecclesall Woods May 020520
© Lorem ipsum dolor sit Nulla in mollit pariatur in, est ut dolor eu eiusmod lorem 2014
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

Today proved how tricky it is to determine when and if the low cloud burns off. Cloud from the north sea a problem for the next two days then we should see an end to it. Mostly cloudy Saturday and Sunday when it could actually be a cold unless the sun manages to get through. Sunday again north sea cloud being an issue this replaced by Thundery rain during the evening. Monday Tuesday showery with sunny spells as the pattern changes to Atlantic driven weather. Wednesday dry but the evening and night very wet as the mobile Atlantic kicks in. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for July is now available. I’ve updated the weather averages to include the top ten hottest and coldest ten years and months while rain has been updated to include wettest and driest months. Windspeed and gusts will follow later this month. 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
Spring 2020 A brief round up Spring 2020 was the driest on record but failed by quite a margin to be the warmest. That said there was plenty of warm sunny weather which was a godsend considering the lock down for Cornavirus. The sunny days certainly helping keeping depression at bay as one was able to work in the gardens or go on walks. The dry spring started after one of the wettest February's on record. March started fairly dry with 0.5mm in the first six days 0.5mm which also fell as Snow. A cool dry start then with three air frosts and a total of eight air frosts beating the whole of winter combined. The days of Snow falling, two matched January and beat December as well. It soon warmed up with a mild spell from the 7th to the 17th. Temperatures reached double figures five days on the bounce and this was wettest period of the month with 11.9mm falling on the 9th and only 2.9mm fall outside this period. So 33.8mm fell towards the months total. Temperatures fell enough on the 9th for the rain to turn to sleet briefly. A cooler spell from the 18th to the 21st followed by another mild spell by day from the 22nd to the 27th. This period recorded the highest temperatures of the month and the coldest. A low of -2.1C was recorded on the 23rd followed by highs of 16.4C and 17.2C on the 24th and 25th.It turned colder from the 28th with snow flurries on the 29th.There was a run of 11 days without any measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. The cold nights meaning it was mild month with temperatures 0.8C above normal. Following a dry March April continued the trend and also turned into a warm month with temperatures 1.9C above normal. Again a sunny month and felt more like May temperature wise. The wettest days were 28th and the 29th with 3.9C and 3.8C being recorded in a total of 12.6mm. Despite being a warm month it still chipped in with one air frost on the 14th with -1.4C being the low. Temperatures generally stayed in the upper teens or lower 20's with the 20 degree mark being hit or exceeded on 5 days. The warmest day was on the 10th with 22.2C being recorded followed by 21.6C the day after. The coldest day was the 1st with 8.5C being the high and the 28th with 9.3C. There were very mild to warm spells from the 2nd to the 12th then from the 14th to 17th then another one from the 19th to the 27th. A run of nine days without measurable rain from the 19th to the 27th while the period from the 1st to the 27th only produced 3.9mm of rainfall. May was another dry month and on the very mild side. The month did produce more in the way of temperatures contrasting with a warm period from the 2nd to the 9th followed by a cool spell from the 10th to 13thand then another warm spell from the 16th to the months end. The first part of the month was warm with three days into the lower to mid twenties with 20.7C, 22.1 and 24.2C being reached on the 7th,8th and 9th. A brief northerly outbreak from the 10th produced the coldest day with 9C and an air frost on the 14th with -0.6C being recorded. The period also brought the months average down from well above normal to normal. However it soon warmed up again and by the 20th and 26.9C was reached. A cool down to more normal temperatures for three days followed then summer returned with temperatures in the low to near mid twenties with plenty of sunshine around. Very little rain fall during the month with 2.8mm being the high. Only 0.9mm fell between 1st and the 20th and another dry spell from 25th to the months end followed. Getting the driest Autumn and Month on record was a hard task but the month managed it with only 5.4mm falling bringing the seasons total to 54.7mm beating the old 1990 record by 0.6mm. People may be surprised that May didn't make the top ten warmest months despite all the pleasant days we had. This was mainly due to the nights being just 0.1C above the normal temperature.

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/
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
Eccesall Woods May 020520