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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

April for once wasn't really a month of contrasts. The month was a very cold month and the first notable cold month for some time. It was also a very dry month the second driest on record. It was also the coldest recorded in regards to overnight temperatures and the 7th coldest overall on record. The first four days were actually on the mild side this all changed on the 5th as cold air arrived from the north with the coldest day being recorded on the 6th with only 6.2C being the high. The colds spell brought the coldest night as temperatures fell to -2.1C on the 7th. The cold spell by day that is lasted until the 13th when temperatures by day returned to double figures. Hovering close to normal and only by the 16th did the day time temperatures edge above normal leading to pleasant warm days with plenty of sunshine. Night time temperatures struggled and remained mostly well below normal with air frosts and widespread ground frosts. The warmest day was on the 23rd when 18.3C was reached however the day also recorded another air frost so produced a 19V range in temperature. Air frosts occurred on the 5thto the 8th then again on the 12th,13th then the 15th to the 16th and more air frosts on the 22nd and 23rd. A renewal of colder air brought more frosty conditions to the end of the month managing to collect another air frost on the way with -0.1C being the low on the 30th. Despite the cold nights the weather felt quite pleasant by day from the 17th to 26th with T shirts being the required clothing. Only the 21st bucking the trend due to cloudier conditions. The nights were the coldest on record while the month came 7th overall in coldest months. Rainfall was very rare and even more rarely fell mostly as Snow. The month turning out to be the 2nd driest on record. There wasn't any measurable recorded from the 12th to the 26th. The rain that did fall on the 20th was limited to a few spots of rain.The heaviest rain of the month if you could call it that was 2.4mm on the 27th. Indeed from the periods from 12th to the 30th only 2.8mm fell. Snow fell on five days in April however never enough to provide any cover except on the moors and peak district. The days i question 4th, 6th 9th to the 11th. A wintry sleety mix early on the 29th was the final wintry goodbye of the month. A quiet month once again in regards to wind with the highest gust being a meek 36mph on the 6th. May looks to kick on a cold showery note with it turning generally more unsettled during the first week with the first major rainfall for sometime. The first half of the month looks generally unsettled and on the cool side some night frosts around as well. The unsettled theme continues into second half of the month however some warmth is eventually picked up but this likely to accompanied by Thundery showers as well. The warmth looks to be short lived as high pressure rises to the north of the uK and low pressure to the south bringing a easterly flow before backing to a weak northerly flow. Showers are expected to continue. Overall the Month looks too see temperatures a shade below normal and rainfall close to normal.
April’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 8.8C
Last Months Average 6.5C
Difference from average -2.3C
Average Max Temp 13.3C
Last Months Average 12.0C
Difference from average -1.3C
Average Min Temp 4.4C
Last Months Average 1.0C
Difference from Average -3.4C
High Max 18.1C on the 23rd
Low Max 6.2C on the 6th
Highest Daily Range 19.0C on the 23rd
High Min 5.6C on the 1st
Low Min -2.1C on the 7th
Lowest Daily Range 2.7C on the 21st
Number of Air Frosts 12
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 5 days
Days of Rain > 0 8 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 4 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 56.1mm
This months Average 6.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 10.9%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

April for once wasn't really a month of contrasts. The month was a very cold month and the first notable cold month for some time. It was also a very dry month the second driest on record. It was also the coldest recorded in regards to overnight temperatures and the 7th coldest overall on record. The first four days were actually on the mild side this all changed on the 5th as cold air arrived from the north with the coldest day being recorded on the 6th with only 6.2C being the high. The colds spell brought the coldest night as temperatures fell to -2.1C on the 7th. The cold spell by day that is lasted until the 13th when temperatures by day returned to double figures. Hovering close to normal and only by the 16th did the day time temperatures edge above normal leading to pleasant warm days with plenty of sunshine. Night time temperatures struggled and remained mostly well below normal with air frosts and widespread ground frosts. The warmest day was on the 23rd when 18.3C was reached however the day also recorded another air frost so produced a 19V range in temperature. Air frosts occurred on the 5thto the 8th then again on the 12th,13th then the 15th to the 16th and more air frosts on the 22nd and 23rd. A renewal of colder air brought more frosty conditions to the end of the month managing to collect another air frost on the way with - 0.1C being the low on the 30th. Despite the cold nights the weather felt quite pleasant by day from the 17th to 26th with T shirts being the required clothing. Only the 21st bucking the trend due to cloudier conditions. The nights were the coldest on record while the month came 7th overall in coldest months. Rainfall was very rare and even more rarely fell mostly as Snow. The month turning out to be the 2nd driest on record. There wasn't any measurable recorded from the 12th to the 26th. The rain that did fall on the 20th was limited to a few spots of rain.The heaviest rain of the month if you could call it that was 2.4mm on the 27th. Indeed from the periods from 12th to the 30th only 2.8mm fell. Snow fell on five days in April however never enough to provide any cover except on the moors and peak district. The days i question 4th, 6th 9th to the 11th. A wintry sleety mix early on the 29th was the final wintry goodbye of the month. A quiet month once again in regards to wind with the highest gust being a meek 36mph on the 6th. May looks to kick on a cold showery note with it turning generally more unsettled during the first week with the first major rainfall for sometime. The first half of the month looks generally unsettled and on the cool side some night frosts around as well. The unsettled theme continues into second half of the month however some warmth is eventually picked up but this likely to accompanied by Thundery showers as well. The warmth looks to be short lived as high pressure rises to the north of the uK and low pressure to the south bringing a easterly flow before backing to a weak northerly flow. Showers are expected to continue. Overall the Month looks too see temperatures a shade below normal and rainfall close to normal.
April’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 8.8C
Last Months Average 6.5C
Difference from average -2.3C
Average Max Temp 13.3C
Last Months Average 12.0C
Difference from average -1.3C
Average Min Temp 4.4C
Last Months Average 1.0C
Difference from Average -3.4C
High Max 18.1C on the 23rd
Low Max 6.2C on the 5th
Highest Daily Range 19.0C on the 23rd
High Min 5.6C on the 1st
Low Min -2.1C on the 7th
Lowest Daily Range 2.7C on the 1st
Number of Air Frosts 12
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 5 days
Days of Rain > 0 8 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 4 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 56.1mm
This months Average 6.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 10.9%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

April for once wasn't really a month of contrasts. The month was a very cold month and the first notable cold month for some time. It was also a very dry month the second driest on record. It was also the coldest recorded in regards to overnight temperatures and the 7th coldest overall on record. The first four days were actually on the mild side this all changed on the 5th as cold air arrived from the north with the coldest day being recorded on the 6th with only 6.2C being the high. The colds spell brought the coldest night as temperatures fell to -2.1C on the 7th. The cold spell by day that is lasted until the 13th when temperatures by day returned to double figures. Hovering close to normal and only by the 16th did the day time temperatures edge above normal leading to pleasant warm days with plenty of sunshine. Night time temperatures struggled and remained mostly well below normal with air frosts and widespread ground frosts. The warmest day was on the 23rd when 18.3C was reached however the day also recorded another air frost so produced a 19V range in temperature. Air frosts occurred on the 5thto the 8th then again on the 12th,13th then the 15th to the 16th and more air frosts on the 22nd and 23rd. A renewal of colder air brought more frosty conditions to the end of the month managing to collect another air frost on the way with -0.1C being the low on the 30th. Despite the cold nights the weather felt quite pleasant by day from the 17th to 26th with T shirts being the required clothing. Only the 21st bucking the trend due to cloudier conditions. The nights were the coldest on record while the month came 7th overall in coldest months. Rainfall was very rare and even more rarely fell mostly as Snow. The month turning out to be the 2nd driest on record. There wasn't any measurable recorded from the 12th to the 26th. The rain that did fall on the 20th was limited to a few spots of rain.The heaviest rain of the month if you could call it that was 2.4mm on the 27th. Indeed from the periods from 12th to the 30th only 2.8mm fell. Snow fell on five days in April however never enough to provide any cover except on the moors and peak district. The days i question 4th, 6th 9th to the 11th. A wintry sleety mix early on the 29th was the final wintry goodbye of the month. A quiet month once again in regards to wind with the highest gust being a meek 36mph on the 6th. May looks to kick on a cold showery note with it turning generally more unsettled during the first week with the first major rainfall for sometime. The first half of the month looks generally unsettled and on the cool side some night frosts around as well. The unsettled theme continues into second half of the month however some warmth is eventually picked up but this likely to accompanied by Thundery showers as well. The warmth looks to be short lived as high pressure rises to the north of the uK and low pressure to the south bringing a easterly flow before backing to a weak northerly flow. Showers are expected to continue. Overall the Month looks too see temperatures a shade below normal and rainfall close to normal.
April’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 8.8C
Last Months Average 6.5C
Difference from average -2.3C
Average Max Temp 13.3C
Last Months Average 12.0C
Difference from average -1.3C
Average Min Temp 4.4C
Last Months Average 1.0C
Difference from Average -3.4C
High Max 18.1C on the 23rd
Low Max 6.2C on the 6th
Highest Daily Range 19.0C on the 23rd
High Min 5.6C on the 1st
Low Min -2.1C on the 7th
Lowest Daily Range 2.7C on the 1st
Number of Air Frosts 12
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 5 days
Days of Rain > 0 8 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 4 Day
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 56.1mm
This months Average 6.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 10.9%