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Last Months Report

September unlike August was a very warm month and nearly a record breaking one. It was also a very dry month with little in the way of rain despite weather warnings for heavy rain. Apart from a four day heatwave it was a very uneventful month overall. Unlike the previous month by day there was a fairly large temperature variation through the month. Overnight was a different story with little variation for most of the month with temperatures staying in double figures until the last few days. The first five days were mostly on the cool side continuing where August left off. However it turned hot from 6th until the 9th. 28.8C and 28.9C was recorded on the 7th and 8th. These were highest of the month by a long way and also the hottest days since July which had a seven day heatwave. Strangely enough the warmest nights didn't occur during the heatwave. These happened on the 10th and 11th when 16.1C was reached and 15.9. From the 10th it turned progressively cooler with temperatures struggling to 14.5C on the 14th. The coolest weather was reserved for the last few days as Autumn arrived with only 13.3.xC being reached on the 29th and the coldest night 7.0C on the 30th. From the 15th to the 25th temperatures by day were generally around average to just above with nights following suit. Generally pleasant conditions however some drizzle showers did ruin things a little at times. The cold snap at the end of the month came to late to cancel out the hot spell so although the month failed by .1c of matching or breaking the record. Actually the new record still looked to be achieved as late as the 28th. However the month still came in second warmest on record while the nights were the warmest on record. The day time time temperatures were the third warmest. September continued the theme of very little rainfall the 1st ten days saw just 2.6mm which drizzle showers giving a trace condition on five other days. Another 6.4mm had fallen by the 14th with a very poor weather warning on the 14th which again stayed in place far too long despite the weakness of the weather front clear on the radar for hours. This something the met office needs to get on top off as with today's technology there isn't much excuse. The 15th to 26th saw just another 0.6mm added to the final total. Heavy rain did finally turn up on the 27th when 13.1mm fell followed by a wet end on the 27th boosted the total with xx.x mm falling. More rain on the 30th with 9.5mm. More rain fell on the 30th adding another 13.3mm of rain. Despite this it was still a dry month overall The month was once again devoid of any Thunderstorms. September once again was a very quiet month weather wise which also caused power companies to start going bust as gas prices rose due to the lack of storage. It became more breezy in the last few days but still generally quiet over all. October starts on a unsettled note with temperatures by day and night below average. The unsettled spell looks set to last for the first 5 days after which high pressure builds bringing milder dry conditions. The high pressure pulls away to the west allowing allowing north westerly winds with average temperatures by day but cloud cover meaning mild nights. Eventually the high pressure after mid month pulls far enough away to allow the Atlantic back in with some unsettled conditions although rainfall amounts look to be small. It will be mild again. The last seven days sees high pressure build over Europe bringing quiet conditions with sunny spells and perhaps fog at night. The month looks to be a mild one despite the cold start with average to below rainfall. Little in the way of frost if any at all.
September’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.0C
Last Months Average 16.2C
Difference from average 2.2C
Average Max Temp 18.1C
Last Months Average 20.2C
Difference from average 2.1C
Average Min Temp 9.8C
Last Months Average 12.2C
Difference from Average 2.4C
High Max 28.9C on the 8th
Low Max 13.5C on the 29th
Highest Daily Range 14.9C on the 8th
High Min 16.1C on the 10th
Low Min 7.0C on the 30th
Lowest Daily Range 0.8C on the 27th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 10 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 65.8mm
This months Average 45.5mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 69.1%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

September unlike August was a very warm month and nearly a record breaking one. It was also a very dry month with little in the way of rain despite weather warnings for heavy rain. Apart from a four day heatwave it was a very uneventful month overall. Unlike the previous month by day there was a fairly large temperature variation through the month. Overnight was a different story with little variation for most of the month with temperatures staying in double figures until the last few days. The first five days were mostly on the cool side continuing where August left off. However it turned hot from 6th until the 9th. 28.8C and 28.9C was recorded on the 7th and 8th. These were highest of the month by a long way and also the hottest days since July which had a seven day heatwave. Strangely enough the warmest nights didn't occur during the heatwave. These happened on the 10th and 11th when 16.1C was reached and 15.9. From the 10th it turned progressively cooler with temperatures struggling to 14.5C on the 14th. The coolest weather was reserved for the last few days as Autumn arrived with only 13.3.xC being reached on the 29th and the coldest night 7.0C on the 30th. From the 15th to the 25th temperatures by day were generally around average to just above with nights following suit. Generally pleasant conditions however some drizzle showers did ruin things a little at times. The cold snap at the end of the month came to late to cancel out the hot spell so although the month failed by .1c of matching or breaking the record. Actually the new record still looked to be achieved as late as the 28th. However the month still came in second warmest on record while the nights were the warmest on record. The day time time temperatures were the third warmest. September continued the theme of very little rainfall the 1st ten days saw just 2.6mm which drizzle showers giving a trace condition on five other days. Another 6.4mm had fallen by the 14th with a very poor weather warning on the 14th which again stayed in place far too long despite the weakness of the weather front clear on the radar for hours. This something the met office needs to get on top off as with today's technology there isn't much excuse. The 15th to 26th saw just another 0.6mm added to the final total. Heavy rain did finally turn up on the 27th when 13.1mm fell followed by a wet end on the 27th boosted the total with xx.x mm falling. More rain on the 30th with 9.5mm. More rain fell on the 30th adding another 13.3mm of rain. Despite this it was still a dry month overall The month was once again devoid of any Thunderstorms. September once again was a very quiet month weather wise which also caused power companies to start going bust as gas prices rose due to the lack of storage. It became more breezy in the last few days but still generally quiet over all. October starts on a unsettled note with temperatures by day and night below average. The unsettled spell looks set to last for the first 5 days after which high pressure builds bringing milder dry conditions. The high pressure pulls away to the west allowing allowing north westerly winds with average temperatures by day but cloud cover meaning mild nights. Eventually the high pressure after mid month pulls far enough away to allow the Atlantic back in with some unsettled conditions although rainfall amounts look to be small. It will be mild again. The last seven days sees high pressure build over Europe bringing quiet conditions with sunny spells and perhaps fog at night. The month looks to be a mild one despite the cold start with average to below rainfall. Little in the way of frost if any at all.
August’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.0C
Last Months Average 16.2C
Difference from average 2.2C
Average Max Temp 18.1C
Last Months Average 20.2C
Difference from average 2.2C
Average Min Temp 9.8C
Last Months Average 12.2C
Difference from Average 2.4C
High Max 28.9C on the 8th
Low Max 13.3C on the 29th
Highest Daily Range 14.9C on the 8th
High Min 16.1C on the 10th
Low Min 7.0C on the 30th
Lowest Daily Range 0.8C on the 27th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 10 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 65.8mm
This months Average 45.5mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 69.1%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

September unlike August was a very warm month and nearly a record breaking one. It was also a very dry month with little in the way of rain despite weather warnings for heavy rain. Apart from a four day heatwave it was a very uneventful month overall. Unlike the previous month by day there was a fairly large temperature variation through the month. Overnight was a different story with little variation for most of the month with temperatures staying in double figures until the last few days. The first five days were mostly on the cool side continuing where August left off. However it turned hot from 6th until the 9th. 28.8C and 28.9C was recorded on the 7th and 8th. These were highest of the month by a long way and also the hottest days since July which had a seven day heatwave. Strangely enough the warmest nights didn't occur during the heatwave. These happened on the 10th and 11th when 16.1C was reached and 15.9. From the 10th it turned progressively cooler with temperatures struggling to 14.5C on the 14th. The coolest weather was reserved for the last few days as Autumn arrived with only 13.3.xC being reached on the 29th and the coldest night 7.0C on the 30th. From the 15th to the 25th temperatures by day were generally around average to just above with nights following suit. Generally pleasant conditions however some drizzle showers did ruin things a little at times. The cold snap at the end of the month came to late to cancel out the hot spell so although the month failed by .1c of matching or breaking the record. Actually the new record still looked to be achieved as late as the 28th. However the month still came in second warmest on record while the nights were the warmest on record. The day time time temperatures were the third warmest. September continued the theme of very little rainfall the 1st ten days saw just 2.6mm which drizzle showers giving a trace condition on five other days. Another 6.4mm had fallen by the 14th with a very poor weather warning on the 14th which again stayed in place far too long despite the weakness of the weather front clear on the radar for hours. This something the met office needs to get on top off as with today's technology there isn't much excuse. The 15th to 26th saw just another 0.6mm added to the final total. Heavy rain did finally turn up on the 27th when 13.1mm fell followed by a wet end on the 27th boosted the total with xx.x mm falling. More rain on the 30th with 9.5mm. More rain fell on the 30th adding another 13.3mm of rain. Despite this it was still a dry month overall The month was once again devoid of any Thunderstorms. September once again was a very quiet month weather wise which also caused power companies to start going bust as gas prices rose due to the lack of storage. It became more breezy in the last few days but still generally quiet over all. October starts on a unsettled note with temperatures by day and night below average. The unsettled spell looks set to last for the first 5 days after which high pressure builds bringing milder dry conditions. The high pressure pulls away to the west allowing allowing north westerly winds with average temperatures by day but cloud cover meaning mild nights. Eventually the high pressure after mid month pulls far enough away to allow the Atlantic back in with some unsettled conditions although rainfall amounts look to be small. It will be mild again. The last seven days sees high pressure build over Europe bringing quiet conditions with sunny spells and perhaps fog at night. The month looks to be a mild one despite the cold start with average to below rainfall. Little in the way of frost if any at all.
August’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.0C
Last Months Average 16.2C
Difference from average 2.2C
Average Max Temp 18.1C
Last Months Average 20.2C
Difference from average 2.1C
Average Min Temp 9.8C
Last Months Average 12.2C
Difference from Average 2.4C
High Max 28.9C on the 8th
Low Max 13.3C on the 29th
Highest Daily Range 14.9C on the 8th
High Min 16.1C on the 10th
Low Min 7.0C on the 30th
Lowest Daily Range 0.8C on the 27th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 10 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 65.8mm
This months Average 45.5mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 69.1%