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Last Months Report

May was a was a very dry warm month. It was very quiet sunny month overall with plenty off warm sunshine to enjoy which helped with the lock down. The main interest for me was whether the month would be dry enough to make Autumn the driest on record. It did just and also became the driest May on record. The month was a rather mild month overall. It did have switches to much cooler weather such as 15.2C degrees difference between days such as the 9th and 10th when 24.2C was recorded on the 9th followed by 9C degrees on the 10th the coldest day of the month. Likewise a drop of 10.3C degrees between the 20th when 26.9C was recorded the highest of the month and 16.6C on the 23rd.The first 9 days of the month where warm as temperatures gradually eased to the close to the mid 20's. This was quickly followed a cool spell from the 10th to the 13th. By the 15 average for the month was normal. A new warming spell from the 17th to the 21st brought temperatures of 26.9C on the 20th. It cooled down again by the 22nd for a few days then turned warm again until the months end. The coldest night was on the 14th when -0.6C was the low. The warmest nights were on the 22nd and 26th when 12.5C was the low. The month was a very dry month just like the previous two months. A total of 5.4mm fell. The highest rainfall was a pitiful 2.8mm on the 22nd. It did rain a little on the next three days just enough to dampen the ground briefly. Dry weather returned until the end of the month. Rain did actually fall on 16 days on the month. 10 days of which the rainfall was unmeasurable. The month was another quiet month in regards to wind. The highest gust being 34mph on the 22nd and the highest average 8 mph on the 2nd and 23rd. There wasn't any Snow or Thunder during May. June. It looks like the dry weather will last into the first few days of June with it pleasantly warm at first before turning briefly hot. It looks to turn colder from the north with some showers around the 5th before high pressure quickly returns quietening things down with turning dry and warm again. Mid month sees low pressure take charge with the first proper rain for a while as showers break out across the country. Once more this looks to be a very short unsettled spells as high pressure takes charge with turning warm then hot by the end of the month. Overall another dry month which could lead to water shortages. A very mild to warm month again.
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May’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C
Last Months Average 12.8C
Difference from average 1.0C
Average Max Temp 16.5C
Last Months Average 18.4C
Difference from average 1.9C
Average Min Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 7.2C
Difference from Average 0.1C
High Max 26.9C on the 20th
Low Max 9.0C on the 10th
Highest Daily Range 17.3C
High Min 12.5C on the 22nd and 26th
Low Min -0.6C on the 14th
Lowest Daily Range 0C on the 10th
Number of Air Frosts 1
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 6 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 57.7mm
This months Average 5.4mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 9.4%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

May was a was a very dry warm month. It was very quiet sunny month overall with plenty off warm sunshine to enjoy which helped with the lock down. The main interest for me was whether the month would be dry enough to make Autumn the driest on record. It did just and also became the driest May on record. The month was a rather mild month overall. It did have switches to much cooler weather such as 15.2C degrees difference between days such as the 9th and 10th when 24.2C was recorded on the 9th followed by 9C degrees on the 10th the coldest day of the month. Likewise a drop of 10.3C degrees between the 20th when 26.9C was recorded the highest of the month and 16.6C on the 23rd.The first 9 days of the month where warm as temperatures gradually eased to the close to the mid 20's. This was quickly followed a cool spell from the 10th to the 13th. By the 15 average for the month was normal. A new warming spell from the 17th to the 21st brought temperatures of 26.9C on the 20th. It cooled down again by the 22nd for a few days then turned warm again until the months end. The coldest night was on the 14th when -0.6C was the low. The warmest nights were on the 22nd and 26th when 12.5C was the low. The month was a very dry month just like the previous two months. A total of 5.4mm fell. The highest rainfall was a pitiful 2.8mm on the 22nd. It did rain a little on the next three days just enough to dampen the ground briefly. Dry weather returned until the end of the month. Rain did actually fall on 16 days on the month. 10 days of which the rainfall was unmeasurable. The month was another quiet month in regards to wind. The highest gust being 34mph on the 22nd and the highest average 8 mph on the 2nd and 23rd. There wasn't any Snow or Thunder during May. June. It looks like the dry weather will last into the first few days of June with it pleasantly warm at first before turning briefly hot. It looks to turn colder from the north with some showers around the 5th before high pressure quickly returns quietening things down with turning dry and warm again. Mid month sees low pressure take charge with the first proper rain for a while as showers break out across the country. Once more this looks to be a very short unsettled spells as high pressure takes charge with turning warm then hot by the end of the month. Overall another dry month which could lead to water shortages. A very mild to warm month again.
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May’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C
Last Months Average 12.8C
Difference from average 1.0C
Average Max Temp 16.5C
Last Months Average 18.4C
Difference from average 1.9C
Average Min Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 7.2C
Difference from Average 0.1C
High Max 26.9C on the 20th
Low Max 9.0C on the 10th
Highest Daily Range 17.3C
High Min 12.5C on the 22nd and 26th
Low Min -0.6C on the 14th
Lowest Daily Range 0C on the 10th
Number of Air Frosts 1
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 6 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 57.7mm
This months Average 5.4mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 9.4%
© Lorem ipsum dolor sit Nulla in mollit pariatur in, est ut dolor eu eiusmod lorem 2014
Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

May was a was a very dry warm month. It was very quiet sunny month overall with plenty off warm sunshine to enjoy which helped with the lock down. The main interest for me was whether the month would be dry enough to make Autumn the driest on record. It did just and also became the driest May on record. The month was a rather mild month overall. It did have switches to much cooler weather such as 15.2C degrees difference between days such as the 9th and 10th when 24.2C was recorded on the 9th followed by 9C degrees on the 10th the coldest day of the month. Likewise a drop of 10.3C degrees between the 20th when 26.9C was recorded the highest of the month and 16.6C on the 23rd.The first 9 days of the month where warm as temperatures gradually eased to the close to the mid 20's. This was quickly followed a cool spell from the 10th to the 13th. By the 15 average for the month was normal. A new warming spell from the 17th to the 21st brought temperatures of 26.9C on the 20th. It cooled down again by the 22nd for a few days then turned warm again until the months end. The coldest night was on the 14th when -0.6C was the low. The warmest nights were on the 22nd and 26th when 12.5C was the low. The month was a very dry month just like the previous two months. A total of 5.4mm fell. The highest rainfall was a pitiful 2.8mm on the 22nd. It did rain a little on the next three days just enough to dampen the ground briefly. Dry weather returned until the end of the month. Rain did actually fall on 16 days on the month. 10 days of which the rainfall was unmeasurable. The month was another quiet month in regards to wind. The highest gust being 34mph on the 22nd and the highest average 8 mph on the 2nd and 23rd. There wasn't any Snow or Thunder during May. June. It looks like the dry weather will last into the first few days of June with it pleasantly warm at first before turning briefly hot. It looks to turn colder from the north with some showers around the 5th before high pressure quickly returns quietening things down with turning dry and warm again. Mid month sees low pressure take charge with the first proper rain for a while as showers break out across the country. Once more this looks to be a very short unsettled spells as high pressure takes charge with turning warm then hot by the end of the month. Overall another dry month which could lead to water shortages. A very mild to warm month again.
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
May’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C
Last Months Average 12.8C
Difference from average 1.0C
Average Max Temp 16.5C
Last Months Average 18.4C
Difference from average 1.9C
Average Min Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 7.2C
Difference from Average 0.1C
High Max 26.9C on the 20th
Low Max 9.0C on the 10th
Highest Daily Range 17.3C
High Min 12.5C on the 22nd and 26th
Low Min -0.6C on the 14th
Lowest Daily Range 0C on the 10th
Number of Air Frosts 1
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 6 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 10 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 57.7mm
This months Average 5.4mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 9.4%