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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 05/06/20 at 17:45. Valid from

17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

Just a couple of wet days cold to cool days to come then we start the return to summer next week. The weekend looks basically a windy wash out for some before it turns dry from Sunday evening. Warm by Wednesday and feeling pleasant in the light breeze. Pollution levels: Low Pollen: Moderate Friday evening and night: A dry evening in the west of the region while the east may still catch showers which maybe heavy at first possibly wit Thunder these dying away fairly quickly. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures around 12C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising slowly. The night starting dry but more rain and increasing winds arriving from the north after midnight. Winds a moderate W breeze. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Saturday: A cloudy wet start with moderate rain. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. A morning of moderate showers or more prolonged rain and feeling more like March than June. The breeze increasing to a moderate NW by lunchtime. The afternoon sees the rain more showery in nature with sunny spells. Winds a gentle to moderate NW breeze. A cold to cool day at 15C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. Any showers quickly dying away. A dry night with a light WNW breeze by morning with increasing cloud. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Sunday: Cloudy damp start with light rain. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Another disappointing day with showers or more prolonged light to moderate rain. These easing in the afternoon with a few sunny spells. Winds backing to a light to gentle N breeze in the afternoon. A very cold to cold day 13C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising. Any showers quickly dying away then a dry second half of the evening. The night dry with clear spells. Temperatures just above average to mild at 8C to 9C. Winds a light NNW breeze. Monday: A dry start with some sunny spells. Winds a light N breeze. Temperatures 8C to 9C. A dry day with sunny spells and winds becoming a light NNE breeze in the afternoon. A cool to average day at 16C to 17C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Winds a light NNW breeze by morning and a cold night at 4C to 5C. Tuesday: A dry cool start with sunny spells and temperatures 7C to 8C. Winds a light N breeze. A dry day with sunny spells and temperatures average to very mild at 17C to 19C. Winds a light variable breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb steady. A dry evening and night with variable cloud. Turning cool to mild depending on the cloud cover overnight low 6C to 9C. Winds a light S breeze. Wednesday: A mild to very mild dry start with a light SW breeze and sunny spells. Temperatures 9C to 11C. A dry very mild to rather warm day with sunny spells through out. Max temp 20C to 21C. Winds a light W breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb rising slowly. A dry evenign and night and warm at 10C to 11C. Winds by morning a light WNW breeze.
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.
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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for

the next Five days Updated 05/06/20 at 17:45.

Valid from 17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

Just a couple of wet days cold to cool days to come then we start the return to summer next week. The weekend looks basically a windy wash out for some before it turns dry from Sunday evening. Warm by Wednesday and feeling pleasant in the light breeze. Pollution levels: Low Pollen: Moderate Friday evening and night: A dry evening in the west of the region while the east may still catch showers which maybe heavy at first possibly wit Thunder these dying away fairly quickly. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures around 12C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising slowly. The night starting dry but more rain and increasing winds arriving from the north after midnight. Winds a moderate W breeze. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Saturday: A cloudy wet start with moderate rain. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. A morning of moderate showers or more prolonged rain and feeling more like March than June. The breeze increasing to a moderate NW by lunchtime. The afternoon sees the rain more showery in nature with sunny spells. Winds a gentle to moderate NW breeze. A cold to cool day at 15C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. Any showers quickly dying away. A dry night with a light WNW breeze by morning with increasing cloud. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Sunday: Cloudy damp start with light rain. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Another disappointing day with showers or more prolonged light to moderate rain. These easing in the afternoon with a few sunny spells. Winds backing to a light to gentle N breeze in the afternoon. A very cold to cold day 13C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising. Any showers quickly dying away then a dry second half of the evening. The night dry with clear spells. Temperatures just above average to mild at 8C to 9C. Winds a light NNW breeze. Monday: A dry start with some sunny spells. Winds a light N breeze. Temperatures 8C to 9C. A dry day with sunny spells and winds becoming a light NNE breeze in the afternoon. A cool to average day at 16C to 17C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Winds a light NNW breeze by morning and a cold night at 4C to 5C. Tuesday: A dry cool start with sunny spells and temperatures 7C to 8C. Winds a light N breeze. A dry day with sunny spells and temperatures average to very mild at 17C to 19C. Winds a light variable breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb steady. A dry evening and night with variable cloud. Turning cool to mild depending on the cloud cover overnight low 6C to 9C. Winds a light S breeze. Wednesday: A mild to very mild dry start with a light SW breeze and sunny spells. Temperatures 9C to 11C. A dry very mild to rather warm day with sunny spells through out. Max temp 20C to 21C. Winds a light W breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb rising slowly. A dry evenign and night and warm at 10C to 11C. Winds by morning a light WNW breeze.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.
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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast

for Sheffield

Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather

Forecast for the next Five days

Updated 05/06/20 at 17:45. Valid

from 17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs

Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

Just a couple of wet days cold to cool days to come then we start the return to summer next week. The weekend looks basically a windy wash out for some before it turns dry from Sunday evening. Warm by Wednesday and feeling pleasant in the light breeze. Pollution levels: Low Pollen: Moderate Friday evening and night: A dry evening in the west of the region while the east may still catch showers which maybe heavy at first possibly wit Thunder these dying away fairly quickly. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures around 12C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising slowly. The night starting dry but more rain and increasing winds arriving from the north after midnight. Winds a moderate W breeze. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Saturday: A cloudy wet start with moderate rain. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. A morning of moderate showers or more prolonged rain and feeling more like March than June. The breeze increasing to a moderate NW by lunchtime. The afternoon sees the rain more showery in nature with sunny spells. Winds a gentle to moderate NW breeze. A cold to cool day at 15C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. Any showers quickly dying away. A dry night with a light WNW breeze by morning with increasing cloud. Temperatures cool to near average at 6C to 7C. Sunday: Cloudy damp start with light rain. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Another disappointing day with showers or more prolonged light to moderate rain. These easing in the afternoon with a few sunny spells. Winds backing to a light to gentle N breeze in the afternoon. A very cold to cold day 13C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising. Any showers quickly dying away then a dry second half of the evening. The night dry with clear spells. Temperatures just above average to mild at 8C to 9C. Winds a light NNW breeze. Monday: A dry start with some sunny spells. Winds a light N breeze. Temperatures 8C to 9C. A dry day with sunny spells and winds becoming a light NNE breeze in the afternoon. A cool to average day at 16C to 17C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Winds a light NNW breeze by morning and a cold night at 4C to 5C. Tuesday: A dry cool start with sunny spells and temperatures 7C to 8C. Winds a light N breeze. A dry day with sunny spells and temperatures average to very mild at 17C to 19C. Winds a light variable breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb steady. A dry evening and night with variable cloud. Turning cool to mild depending on the cloud cover overnight low 6C to 9C. Winds a light S breeze. Wednesday: A mild to very mild dry start with a light SW breeze and sunny spells. Temperatures 9C to 11C. A dry very mild to rather warm day with sunny spells through out. Max temp 20C to 21C. Winds a light W breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb rising slowly. A dry evenign and night and warm at 10C to 11C. Winds by morning a light WNW breeze.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.