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Last Months Report

March was a very dry month with average temperatures. It was fairly quiet month overall with very little happening. Quiet conditions allowed the month to have more air frosts than the entire winter combined and Snow fell on two days beating the Winter months of December and January. The month was an average month overall. The day time temperature above average while the night time was below effectively canceling each other out. The coldest spell came in the first seven days which came in at 4.4C -0.3C below average. It also recorded three consecutive air frosts from the 5th to the 7th. The period recorded the coldest day a mere 7.2C which was hardly cold. The seventh to the 8th to the 14th was very mild with temperatures in double figures on five days. It stayed mild to the 21st with the warmest night on the 18th with 7.4C being reached. Fro the 24th to the 26th it became very mild by day with 17.2C being reached on the 25th. However some days had great temperature range for example the 16th reached 16.4C from a low of -1.6C. The period recorded the coldest night of -2.1C on the 23rd. This was the coldest night since the 1st of December 2019 when -2.5C was the low. The period from the 22nd to the 25th produced five air frosts as well. The month was a very dry month in contrast to February. A total of 34.7mm fell the highest amount of the 9th with 11.9mm. Only 0.5mm of rain fell from the 1st to 6th and no measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. Only 13 days had rain fall which was a welcome relief after the deluge in February. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 34mph on the 12th which basically summed the month up as it was very quiet throughout. Light snow on two days beating Dec 2019 and January 2020. Again none this settled and if you blinked you missed it. There wasn't any Thunder during March. April looks like starting on a dry cool to average note before turning milder during the first weekend with it turning warm on the first Sunday. Although we should seem some showers overnight and this marks an unsettled warm spell with rain or showers at times. By the third week high pressure dominates bringing warm sunny weather and plenty of sunshine. The high pressure looks to move to the North west of the uK allowing cooler cloudier fresher weather with nights frosts across the country. The high will pull away eastward allowing rain to start to move in from the south west by the end of the month. Overall a very mild month with below average rainfall.
March's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 6.3C 43.3F Last Months; Average 6.3C 43.3F Difference 0.0C 0.0F
Average Max 9.9C 49.8F Last Months Average 10.5C 50.9F Difference 0.6C 1.1F
Average Min 2.8C 37.0F Last Months Average 2.0C 35.6F Difference -0.8C -1.4F
High Max 17.2C 63.0F On the 25th Mar Low Max 7.2C 45.0F On the 3rd Mar
High Min 7.4C 45.3F On the 18th Mar Low Min -2.1C 28.2F On the 23rd Mar
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 2 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 4 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 63.7mm This Months Average 36.7mm Difference from average 57.6%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

March was a very dry month with average temperatures. It was fairly quiet month overall with very little happening. Quiet conditions allowed the month to have more air frosts than the entire winter combined and Snow fell on two days beating the Winter months of December and January. The month was an average month overall. The day time temperature above average while the night time was below effectively canceling each other out. The coldest spell came in the first seven days which came in at 4.4C -0.3C below average. It also recorded three consecutive air frosts from the 5th to the 7th. The period recorded the coldest day a mere 7.2C which was hardly cold. The seventh to the 8th to the 14th was very mild with temperatures in double figures on five days. It stayed mild to the 21st with the warmest night on the 18th with 7.4C being reached. Fro the 24th to the 26th it became very mild by day with 17.2C being reached on the 25th. However some days had great temperature range for example the 16th reached 16.4C from a low of -1.6C. The period recorded the coldest night of -2.1C on the 23rd. This was the coldest night since the 1st of December 2019 when -2.5C was the low. The period from the 22nd to the 25th produced five air frosts as well. The month was a very dry month in contrast to February. A total of 34.7mm fell the highest amount of the 9th with 11.9mm. Only 0.5mm of rain fell from the 1st to 6th and no measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. Only 13 days had rain fall which was a welcome relief after the deluge in February. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 34mph on the 12th which basically summed the month up as it was very quiet throughout. Light snow on two days beating Dec 2019 and January 2020. Again none this settled and if you blinked you missed it. There wasn't any Thunder during March. April looks like starting on a dry cool to average note before turning milder during the first weekend with it turning warm on the first Sunday. Although we should seem some showers overnight and this marks an unsettled warm spell with rain or showers at times. By the third week high pressure dominates bringing warm sunny weather and plenty of sunshine. The high pressure looks to move to the North west of the uK allowing cooler cloudier fresher weather with nights frosts across the country. The high will pull away eastward allowing rain to start to move in from the south west by the end of the month. Overall a very mild month with below average rainfall.
March's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 6.3C 43.3F Last Months; Average 6.3C 43.3F Difference 0.0C 0.0F
Average Max 9.9C 49.8F last Months Average 10.5C 50.9F Difference 0.6C 1.1F
Average Min 2.8C 37.0F Last Months Average 2.0C 35.6F Difference -0.8C -1.4F
High Max 17.2C 63.0F On the 25th Mar Low Max 7.2C 45.0F On the 3rd Mar
High Min 7.4C 45.3F On the 18th Mar Low Min -2.1C 28.2F On the 23rd Mar
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 2 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 4 Day Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 63.7mm This Months Average 36.7mm Difference from average 57.6%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

March was a very dry month with average temperatures. It was fairly quiet month overall with very little happening. Quiet conditions allowed the month to have more air frosts than the entire winter combined and Snow fell on two days beating the Winter months of December and January. The month was an average month overall. The day time temperature above average while the night time was below effectively canceling each other out. The coldest spell came in the first seven days which came in at 4.4C -0.3C below average. It also recorded three consecutive air frosts from the 5th to the 7th. The period recorded the coldest day a mere 7.2C which was hardly cold. The seventh to the 8th to the 14th was very mild with temperatures in double figures on five days. It stayed mild to the 21st with the warmest night on the 18th with 7.4C being reached. Fro the 24th to the 26th it became very mild by day with 17.2C being reached on the 25th. However some days had great temperature range for example the 16th reached 16.4C from a low of -1.6C. The period recorded the coldest night of -2.1C on the 23rd. This was the coldest night since the 1st of December 2019 when -2.5C was the low. The period from the 22nd to the 25th produced five air frosts as well. The month was a very dry month in contrast to February. A total of 34.7mm fell the highest amount of the 9th with 11.9mm. Only 0.5mm of rain fell from the 1st to 6th and no measurable rain from the 19th to the 29th. Only 13 days had rain fall which was a welcome relief after the deluge in February. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 34mph on the 12th which basically summed the month up as it was very quiet throughout. Light snow on two days beating Dec 2019 and January 2020. Again none this settled and if you blinked you missed it. There wasn't any Thunder during March. April looks like starting on a dry cool to average note before turning milder during the first weekend with it turning warm on the first Sunday. Although we should seem some showers overnight and this marks an unsettled warm spell with rain or showers at times. By the third week high pressure dominates bringing warm sunny weather and plenty of sunshine. The high pressure looks to move to the North west of the uK allowing cooler cloudier fresher weather with nights frosts across the country. The high will pull away eastward allowing rain to start to move in from the south west by the end of the month. Overall a very mild month with below average rainfall.
March's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 6.3C 43.3F Last Months; Average 6.3C 43.3F Difference 0.0C 0.0F
Average Max 9.9C 49.8F last Months Average 10.5C 50.9F Difference 0.6C 1.1F
Average Min 2.8C 37.0F Last Months Average 2.0C 35.6F Difference -0.8C -1.4F
High Max 17.2C 63.0F On the 25th Mar Low Max 7.2C 45.0F On the 3rd Mar
High Min 7.4C 45.1F On the 18th Mar Low Min -2.1C 28.2F On the 23rd Mar
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 2 Days
Days of Rain > 0 14 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 4 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 63.7mm This Months Average 36.7mm Difference from average 57.6%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31