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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 19/01/21 at 17:45hrs. Valid from

17:45hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

So far Storm Christoph having very little impact. Still plenty of rain in the forecast but this looks more likely to be in the form of showers rather than constant moderate to heavy rain. The showers finally turning to prolonged moderate to heavy rain Thursday evening before turning lighter and showery again in the early hours. It will turn colder from the mild weather of Wednesday but any Snow away from the peak district delayed until Sunday. This will be after two a dry days Friday and Saturday. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Tuesday evening and night: Light to moderate rain during the evening although most of the time it will be light. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a very mild 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling. Light to moderate showers during the night some prolonged. A very mild to warm night at 9C to 10C. Winds backing to a gentle to moderate SW breeze. Wednesday: Light to moderate showery rain to start with. Very mild at 10C to 11C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Showers or longer spells of Rain becoming heavier through the morning easing to mostly light showers by mid afternoon. Winds a moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a warm 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 976mb falling slowly. A showery evening with light to moderate rain. The showers turning heavy prolonged rain by midnight and the winds backing to a Moderate WNW breeze. The rain after midnight quickly to turning light and showery with winds becoming a moderate to fresh W breeze. Gusts to 40 mph. A large range in temperatures as colder air starts to dig in from 3C in the wets to 8C in the east. Thursday: Breezy with light to moderate showers these wintry in the peak district. Winds a moderate WSW breeze. Temperatures showing a large range still at 4C in the west and 9C in the east. Showers clearing by midmorning with sunny spells and a rapid temperature drop in the east to 3C to 4C. Dry in the afternoon with sunny spells but cloud increasing later. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh WSW breeze. Temperatures rising only a little to 5C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 9740mb rising. A few light showers possibly some snow in the peak district but rain elsewhere at first. Dry from the middle of the evening and dry for the rest of the night with clear spells. Temperatures average to mild at 2C to 4C. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Friday: Fresh dry welcome to the new day. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry day with sunny spells and a rather cold to cool one as temperatures peak at 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 988mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost developing also a possible air frost as well. Overnight low -1c to 0C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 0C to 1C. AS dry cold morning and afternoon with some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb falling slowly. A dry evening with increasing cloud with snow arriving by the early hours. Winds a light SW breeze and overnight low -1C to 1C rising later. Sunday: Snow showers to start the day with. Winds a light W breeze and temperatures 1C to 2C. Snow showers clearing by the mid morning. A few sunny spells then rain, sleet and snow arriving from the north west by midday lasting into the afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. Any rain, sleeet and snow dying away by the end of the evening then a dry night with clear spells with a slow thaw of any lying snow. Overnight low close to normal at 2C. Winds a gentle 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

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for

the next Five days Updated 19/01/21 at 17:45hrs.

Valid from 17:45hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

So far Storm Christoph having very little impact. Still plenty of rain in the forecast but this looks more likely to be in the form of showers rather than constant moderate to heavy rain. The showers finally turning to prolonged moderate to heavy rain Thursday evening before turning lighter and showery again in the early hours. It will turn colder from the mild weather of Wednesday but any Snow away from the peak district delayed until Sunday. This will be after two a dry days Friday and Saturday. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Tuesday evening and night: Light to moderate rain during the evening although most of the time it will be light. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a very mild 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling. Light to moderate showers during the night some prolonged. A very mild to warm night at 9C to 10C. Winds backing to a gentle to moderate SW breeze. Wednesday: Light to moderate showery rain to start with. Very mild at 10C to 11C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Showers or longer spells of Rain becoming heavier through the morning easing to mostly light showers by mid afternoon. Winds a moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a warm 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 976mb falling slowly. A showery evening with light to moderate rain. The showers turning heavy prolonged rain by midnight and the winds backing to a Moderate WNW breeze. The rain after midnight quickly to turning light and showery with winds becoming a moderate to fresh W breeze. Gusts to 40 mph. A large range in temperatures as colder air starts to dig in from 3C in the wets to 8C in the east. Thursday: Breezy with light to moderate showers these wintry in the peak district. Winds a moderate WSW breeze. Temperatures showing a large range still at 4C in the west and 9C in the east. Showers clearing by midmorning with sunny spells and a rapid temperature drop in the east to 3C to 4C. Dry in the afternoon with sunny spells but cloud increasing later. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh WSW breeze. Temperatures rising only a little to 5C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 9740mb rising. A few light showers possibly some snow in the peak district but rain elsewhere at first. Dry from the middle of the evening and dry for the rest of the night with clear spells. Temperatures average to mild at 2C to 4C. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Friday: Fresh dry welcome to the new day. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry day with sunny spells and a rather cold to cool one as temperatures peak at 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 988mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost developing also a possible air frost as well. Overnight low -1c to 0C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 0C to 1C. AS dry cold morning and afternoon with some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb falling slowly. A dry evening with increasing cloud with snow arriving by the early hours. Winds a light SW breeze and overnight low -1C to 1C rising later. Sunday: Snow showers to start the day with. Winds a light W breeze and temperatures 1C to 2C. Snow showers clearing by the mid morning. A few sunny spells then rain, sleet and snow arriving from the north west by midday lasting into the afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. Any rain, sleeet and snow dying away by the end of the evening then a dry night with clear spells with a slow thaw of any lying snow. Overnight low close to normal at 2C. Winds a gentle 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

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather

Forecast for the next Five days

Updated 19/01/21 at 17:45hrs. Valid

from 17:45hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs

Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

So far Storm Christoph having very little impact. Still plenty of rain in the forecast but this looks more likely to be in the form of showers rather than constant moderate to heavy rain. The showers finally turning to prolonged moderate to heavy rain Thursday evening before turning lighter and showery again in the early hours. It will turn colder from the mild weather of Wednesday but any Snow away from the peak district delayed until Sunday. This will be after two a dry days Friday and Saturday. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Tuesday evening and night: Light to moderate rain during the evening although most of the time it will be light. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a very mild 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling. Light to moderate showers during the night some prolonged. A very mild to warm night at 9C to 10C. Winds backing to a gentle to moderate SW breeze. Wednesday: Light to moderate showery rain to start with. Very mild at 10C to 11C. Winds a gentle SSW breeze. Showers or longer spells of Rain becoming heavier through the morning easing to mostly light showers by mid afternoon. Winds a moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures a warm 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 976mb falling slowly. A showery evening with light to moderate rain. The showers turning heavy prolonged rain by midnight and the winds backing to a Moderate WNW breeze. The rain after midnight quickly to turning light and showery with winds becoming a moderate to fresh W breeze. Gusts to 40 mph. A large range in temperatures as colder air starts to dig in from 3C in the wets to 8C in the east. Thursday: Breezy with light to moderate showers these wintry in the peak district. Winds a moderate WSW breeze. Temperatures showing a large range still at 4C in the west and 9C in the east. Showers clearing by midmorning with sunny spells and a rapid temperature drop in the east to 3C to 4C. Dry in the afternoon with sunny spells but cloud increasing later. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh WSW breeze. Temperatures rising only a little to 5C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 9740mb rising. A few light showers possibly some snow in the peak district but rain elsewhere at first. Dry from the middle of the evening and dry for the rest of the night with clear spells. Temperatures average to mild at 2C to 4C. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Friday: Fresh dry welcome to the new day. Winds a gentle to moderate W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry day with sunny spells and a rather cold to cool one as temperatures peak at 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 988mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost developing also a possible air frost as well. Overnight low -1c to 0C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 0C to 1C. AS dry cold morning and afternoon with some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb falling slowly. A dry evening with increasing cloud with snow arriving by the early hours. Winds a light SW breeze and overnight low -1C to 1C rising later. Sunday: Snow showers to start the day with. Winds a light W breeze and temperatures 1C to 2C. Snow showers clearing by the mid morning. A few sunny spells then rain, sleet and snow arriving from the north west by midday lasting into the afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. Any rain, sleeet and snow dying away by the end of the evening then a dry night with clear spells with a slow thaw of any lying snow. Overnight low close to normal at 2C. Winds a gentle WNW breeze.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.