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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 14/08/20 at 08:00hrs. Valid from

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

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen levels: Saturday High, Moderate from Sunday low. Friday evening and night: A dry evening but fairly cloud due to a vale of cloud from early storms to the south east. The vale of cloud moving north westward during the evening so areas to north will see the sun disappear as the evening goes on. A warm evening at 21C. The winds a light to gentle NNE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The night seeing low cloud returning once again with drizzle in places. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze by morning. A cooler night at 14C to 15C but still on the warm to very warm side Saturday: A misty start with low cloud and local drizzle. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze. Humid at 15C to 16C. The morning seeing the cloud slow to burn off and only a few sunny spells in the afternoon if any at all. A cool to day at 18C to 20C. However if the sun does come out 22C to 23C is possible. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The evening and night sees low cloud and mist returning once again. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze by morning and a very mild to warm night at 13C to 14C. Sunday: A mild dull cloudy start with mist and local hill drizzle. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. A dull morning with drizzle on hills and the cloud lasting into the afternoon with only a very small chance of any sunny spells. Temperatures a cold 16C to 17C. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1010mb falling slowly. The evening sees a the low cloud replaced with moderate to heavy rain. The heavy rain moving lasting through the night. A humid warm to very warm night at 14C to 15C. Winds a light NNE breeze. Monday: Wet with light to moderate rain and a light ENE breeze. Temperatures 15C to 17C. Turning dry by mid morning with sunny spells developing with building cloud. This bringing heavy possibly thundery showers by the afternoon. Turning warm to hot at 22C to 25C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb steady. The showers turning lighter during the evening and dying away by the early hours altogether. Winds a light W breeze and the overnight low 13C to 14C so a very mild to warm night. Tuesday: A dry start with sunny spells and light W breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. Some sunny spells in the morning with cloud building to showers some heavy in the afternoon. Temperatures peaking around average to above at 20C to 21C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising slowly. Any showers dying quickly away then a dry second half off the evening followed by a dry night. Winds light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low a very mild 12C to a very mild 13C. Wednesday: Sunny spells and fresher midweek start. Winds a light WSW breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. A dry day with sunny spells and turning very warm to hot again in the afternoon. Temperatures 23C to 25C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb falling. Heavy rain soon arriving with a freshening S breeze. A wet night with moderate to heavy rain at times. Winds by morning a gentle SSW breeze. A very warm night at 17C to 18C.
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 14/08/20 at 08:00hrs.

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

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen levels: Saturday High, Moderate from Sunday low. Friday evening and night: A dry evening but fairly cloud due to a vale of cloud from early storms to the south east. The vale of cloud moving north westward during the evening so areas to north will see the sun disappear as the evening goes on. A warm evening at 21C. The winds a light to gentle NNE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The night seeing low cloud returning once again with drizzle in places. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze by morning. A cooler night at 14C to 15C but still on the warm to very warm side Saturday: A misty start with low cloud and local drizzle. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze. Humid at 15C to 16C. The morning seeing the cloud slow to burn off and only a few sunny spells in the afternoon if any at all. A cool to day at 18C to 20C. However if the sun does come out 22C to 23C is possible. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The evening and night sees low cloud and mist returning once again. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze by morning and a very mild to warm night at 13C to 14C. Sunday: A mild dull cloudy start with mist and local hill drizzle. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. A dull morning with drizzle on hills and the cloud lasting into the afternoon with only a very small chance of any sunny spells. Temperatures a cold 16C to 17C. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1010mb falling slowly. The evening sees a the low cloud replaced with moderate to heavy rain. The heavy rain moving lasting through the night. A humid warm to very warm night at 14C to 15C. Winds a light NNE breeze. Monday: Wet with light to moderate rain and a light ENE breeze. Temperatures 15C to 17C. Turning dry by mid morning with sunny spells developing with building cloud. This bringing heavy possibly thundery showers by the afternoon. Turning warm to hot at 22C to 25C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb steady. The showers turning lighter during the evening and dying away by the early hours altogether. Winds a light W breeze and the overnight low 13C to 14C so a very mild to warm night. Tuesday: A dry start with sunny spells and light W breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. Some sunny spells in the morning with cloud building to showers some heavy in the afternoon. Temperatures peaking around average to above at 20C to 21C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising slowly. Any showers dying quickly away then a dry second half off the evening followed by a dry night. Winds light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low a very mild 12C to a very mild 13C. Wednesday: Sunny spells and fresher midweek start. Winds a light WSW breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. A dry day with sunny spells and turning very warm to hot again in the afternoon. Temperatures 23C to 25C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb falling. Heavy rain soon arriving with a freshening S breeze. A wet night with moderate to heavy rain at times. Winds by morning a gentle SSW breeze. A very warm night at 17C to 18C.
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 14/08/20 at 08:00hrs. Valid

from 17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs

Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen levels: Saturday High, Moderate from Sunday low. Friday evening and night: A dry evening but fairly cloud due to a vale of cloud from early storms to the south east. The vale of cloud moving north westward during the evening so areas to north will see the sun disappear as the evening goes on. A warm evening at 21C. The winds a light to gentle NNE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The night seeing low cloud returning once again with drizzle in places. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze by morning. A cooler night at 14C to 15C but still on the warm to very warm side Saturday: A misty start with low cloud and local drizzle. Winds a light to gentle NE breeze. Humid at 15C to 16C. The morning seeing the cloud slow to burn off and only a few sunny spells in the afternoon if any at all. A cool to day at 18C to 20C. However if the sun does come out 22C to 23C is possible. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb steady. The evening and night sees low cloud and mist returning once again. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze by morning and a very mild to warm night at 13C to 14C. Sunday: A mild dull cloudy start with mist and local hill drizzle. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. A dull morning with drizzle on hills and the cloud lasting into the afternoon with only a very small chance of any sunny spells. Temperatures a cold 16C to 17C. Winds a light to gentle ENE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1010mb falling slowly. The evening sees a the low cloud replaced with moderate to heavy rain. The heavy rain moving lasting through the night. A humid warm to very warm night at 14C to 15C. Winds a light NNE breeze. Monday: Wet with light to moderate rain and a light ENE breeze. Temperatures 15C to 17C. Turning dry by mid morning with sunny spells developing with building cloud. This bringing heavy possibly thundery showers by the afternoon. Turning warm to hot at 22C to 25C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb steady. The showers turning lighter during the evening and dying away by the early hours altogether. Winds a light W breeze and the overnight low 13C to 14C so a very mild to warm night. Tuesday: A dry start with sunny spells and light W breeze. Temperatures 14C to 15C. Some sunny spells in the morning with cloud building to showers some heavy in the afternoon. Temperatures peaking around average to above at 20C to 21C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb rising slowly. Any showers dying quickly away then a dry second half off the evening followed by a dry night. Winds light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low a very mild 12C to a very mild 13C. Wednesday: Sunny spells and fresher midweek start. Winds a light WSW breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. A dry day with sunny spells and turning very warm to hot again in the afternoon. Temperatures 23C to 25C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1004mb falling. Heavy rain soon arriving with a freshening S breeze. A wet night with moderate to heavy rain at times. Winds by morning a gentle SSW breeze. A very warm night at 17C to 18C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.