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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December saw a return to very wet weather. Temperatures ending around average temperature wise. Apart from the rain the other notable feature was the lack of any windy weather once again. The month started on the cold side with the first Snow of the month on the 3rd and 4th. Temperatures recovered slightly over the next few days finally reaching normal values from the 12th. It turned mild by the 15th the mild weather lasting until the 21st when the weather finally turning cold again on the 23rd. The warmest day was on the 18th when 12.5C was reached. Double figures were also reached on the 17th and 21st 11.3 respectively. Night time temperatures were below normal until 11th when they moved over to the mild side until the 22nd. The warmest night was on the 19th when 9.4C was the low. However there was a lack of any real cold nights until the 25th when -0.6C. The -0.3C for the 26th occurred in the morning when temperatures dipped again after reading. The coldest night was on the 31st when -1C was reached. The coldest day was on the 28th when temperatures fell from the morning reading as fog arrived finally clambering back to 1.9C in the afternoon as the fog departed. The month ended on a cold note bringing the temperatures back down to average with the lack of any really cold nights keeping the night time temperatures above average and the overall average for the month. Rainfall saw a very wet month being the fifth month to break the 100mm barrier. Rainfall reached double figures on five occasions. 14.2mm including snow on the 5th. 13.6mm on the 13th. 15.7mm on the 18th. The wettest day with 23.5mm on the 23rd and 21.4mm due to storm Bella on the 26th. There were 22 days on the trot when it rained and only one of those was a trace condition. Snow towards the end of the month brought the rainfall total up making the month the 2nd wettest of the year. The month continued the trend of quiet again quite in regards to wind storms. Storm Bella promised but ran out of puff fairly quickly producing 35mph gusts but nothing more.Only one other day reached 30 mph so the year was a quiet one. The month was storm free in regards to any thundery weather. Snow fell on four days but only managed a full cover for half a day however the partial cover lingered from the 28th until the end of the month. It was cold enough for sleet on two days the 24th and 27th. Considering the weather was dominated by a slack area of low pressure the weather was surprisingly settled. January looks to start on the cold note as the cold spell from December carries over. The models are hinting at an easterly becoming established early in the month although at first the air doesn't have any real cold air embedded like easterlies past there's a hint that much colder air will finally head towards the UK. So the first part of January looks to be very cold. After the 1st half of the month the first attempt of at break down from the south west brining the first major snow fall as it tries to push north east. At the moment the cold spell looks set to continue with the low pressure being forced into the low countries. The second half of the month sees the mild air push through with the weather becoming more unsettled with rain and windy spells at times but also a few colder snaps mixed in. Despite the cold start to the month it looks fairly settled with only small amounts of snow. The first real Snow of the month looks to be around the middle of the month before it turns milder again. The month looks to be a rare cold month with rainfall just below normal. The incidence of snow and ice also higher than previous years.
Decembers Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C
Last Months Average 4.6C
Difference from average 0.0C
Average Max Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 6.6C
Difference from average -0.5C
Average Min Temp 2.0C
Last Months Average 2.6C
Difference from Average 0.6C
High Max 12.5C on the 18th
Low Max 1.9C on the 28th
Highest Daily Range 7.8C on the 21st
High Min 11.1C on the 18th
Low Min -1.0C on the 31st
Lowest Daily Range 0.3C on the 19th
Number of Air Frosts 4
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 4 days
Days of Rain > 0 26 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 2 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 86.9mm
This months Average 138.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 158.9%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December saw a return to very wet weather. Temperatures ending around average temperature wise. Apart from the rain the other notable feature was the lack of any windy weather once again. The month started on the cold side with the first Snow of the month on the 3rd and 4th. Temperatures recovered slightly over the next few days finally reaching normal values from the 12th. It turned mild by the 15th the mild weather lasting until the 21st when the weather finally turning cold again on the 23rd. The warmest day was on the 18th when 12.5C was reached. Double figures were also reached on the 17th and 21st 11.3 respectively. Night time temperatures were below normal until 11th when they moved over to the mild side until the 22nd. The warmest night was on the 19th when 9.4C was the low. However there was a lack of any real cold nights until the 25th when -0.6C. The -0.3C for the 26th occurred in the morning when temperatures dipped again after reading. The coldest night was on the 31st when -1C was reached. The coldest day was on the 28th when temperatures fell from the morning reading as fog arrived finally clambering back to 1.9C in the afternoon as the fog departed. The month ended on a cold note bringing the temperatures back down to average with the lack of any really cold nights keeping the night time temperatures above average and the overall average for the month. Rainfall saw a very wet month being the fifth month to break the 100mm barrier. Rainfall reached double figures on five occasions. 14.2mm including snow on the 5th. 13.6mm on the 13th. 15.7mm on the 18th. The wettest day with 23.5mm on the 23rd and 21.4mm due to storm Bella on the 26th. There were 22 days on the trot when it rained and only one of those was a trace condition. Snow towards the end of the month brought the rainfall total up making the month the 2nd wettest of the year. The month continued the trend of quiet again quite in regards to wind storms. Storm Bella promised but ran out of puff fairly quickly producing 35mph gusts but nothing more.Only one other day reached 30 mph so the year was a quiet one. The month was storm free in regards to any thundery weather. Snow fell on four days but only managed a full cover for half a day however the partial cover lingered from the 28th until the end of the month. It was cold enough for sleet on two days the 24th and 27th. Considering the weather was dominated by a slack area of low pressure the weather was surprisingly settled. January looks to start on the cold note as the cold spell from December carries over. The models are hinting at an easterly becoming established early in the month although at first the air doesn't have any real cold air embedded like easterlies past there's a hint that much colder air will finally head towards the UK. So the first part of January looks to be very cold. After the 1st half of the month the first attempt of at break down from the south west brining the first major snow fall as it tries to push north east. At the moment the cold spell looks set to continue with the low pressure being forced into the low countries. The second half of the month sees the mild air push through with the weather becoming more unsettled with rain and windy spells at times but also a few colder snaps mixed in. Despite the cold start to the month it looks fairly settled with only small amounts of snow. The first real Snow of the month looks to be around the middle of the month before it turns milder again. The month looks to be a rare cold month with rainfall just below normal. The incidence of snow and ice also higher than previous years.
Novembers Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C
Last Months Average 4.6C
Difference from average 0.0C
Average Max Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 6.6C
Difference from average -0.5C
Average Min Temp 2.0C
Last Months Average 2.6C
Difference from Average 0.6C
High Max 12.5C on the 18th
Low Max 1.9C on the 28th
Highest Daily Range 7.8C on the 21st
High Min 9.4C on the 19th
Low Min -1.0C on the 31st
Lowest Daily Range 0.3C on the 19th
Number of Air Frosts 1
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 2 days
Days of Rain > 0 26 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 3 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 86.9mm
This months Average 138.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 158.9%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December saw a return to very wet weather. Temperatures ending around average temperature wise. Apart from the rain the other notable feature was the lack of any windy weather once again. The month started on the cold side with the first Snow of the month on the 3rd and 4th. Temperatures recovered slightly over the next few days finally reaching normal values from the 12th. It turned mild by the 15th the mild weather lasting until the 21st when the weather finally turning cold again on the 23rd. The warmest day was on the 18th when 12.5C was reached. Double figures were also reached on the 17th and 21st 11.3 respectively. Night time temperatures were below normal until 11th when they moved over to the mild side until the 22nd. The warmest night was on the 19th when 9.4C was the low. However there was a lack of any real cold nights until the 25th when - 0.6C. The -0.3C for the 26th occurred in the morning when temperatures dipped again after reading. The coldest night was on the 31st when -1C was reached. The coldest day was on the 28th when temperatures fell from the morning reading as fog arrived finally clambering back to 1.9C in the afternoon as the fog departed. The month ended on a cold note bringing the temperatures back down to average with the lack of any really cold nights keeping the night time temperatures above average and the overall average for the month. Rainfall saw a very wet month being the fifth month to break the 100mm barrier. Rainfall reached double figures on five occasions. 14.2mm including snow on the 5th. 13.6mm on the 13th. 15.7mm on the 18th. The wettest day with 23.5mm on the 23rd and 21.4mm due to storm Bella on the 26th. There were 22 days on the trot when it rained and only one of those was a trace condition. Snow towards the end of the month brought the rainfall total up making the month the 2nd wettest of the year. The month continued the trend of quiet again quite in regards to wind storms. Storm Bella promised but ran out of puff fairly quickly producing 35mph gusts but nothing more.Only one other day reached 30 mph so the year was a quiet one. The month was storm free in regards to any thundery weather. Snow fell on four days but only managed a full cover for half a day however the partial cover lingered from the 28th until the end of the month. It was cold enough for sleet on two days the 24th and 27th. Considering the weather was dominated by a slack area of low pressure the weather was surprisingly settled. January looks to start on the cold note as the cold spell from December carries over. The models are hinting at an easterly becoming established early in the month although at first the air doesn't have any real cold air embedded like easterlies past there's a hint that much colder air will finally head towards the UK. So the first part of January looks to be very cold. After the 1st half of the month the first attempt of at break down from the south west brining the first major snow fall as it tries to push north east. At the moment the cold spell looks set to continue with the low pressure being forced into the low countries. The second half of the month sees the mild air push through with the weather becoming more unsettled with rain and windy spells at times but also a few colder snaps mixed in. Despite the cold start to the month it looks fairly settled with only small amounts of snow. The first real Snow of the month looks to be around the middle of the month before it turns milder again. The month looks to be a rare cold month with rainfall just below normal. The incidence of snow and ice also higher than previous years.
December’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C
Last Months Average 4.6C
Difference from average 0.0C
Average Max Temp 7.1C
Last Months Average 6.6C
Difference from average -0.5C
Average Min Temp 2.0C
Last Months Average 2.6C
Difference from Average 0.6C
High Max 12.5C on the 18th
Low Max 1.9C on the 28th
Highest Daily Range 7.8C on the 21st
High Min 9.4C on the 19th
Low Min -1.0C on the 31st
Lowest Daily Range 0.3C on the 19th
Number of Air Frosts 2
Days of Thunder 0 days
Days of Snow 2 days
Days of Rain > 0 26 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 2 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 86.9mm
This months Average 138.1mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 158.9%