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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

June was dry near average month with temperatures only slightly above normal. The rainfall was below normal once again. The month also had some very low humidity for example 67% on the 17th. Unlike May before it June did have some large swings in temperatures with two albeit fairly short hot spells. The month started on a relatively cool note with temperatures struggling between the 4th and the 6th with the coldest day being on the 5th with a high of 10.7C. This didn't include the coolest night this being recorded on the 2nd with 6.4C being the low. The cool spell quickly ended with the weather turning pleasant and warm from the 7th to 11th with temperatures reaching the low twenties on three days. Temperatures were back to around average form the 12th to the 13th and then a warm spell started from the 14th to the 17th with the last two days of this spell turning hot as temperatures peaked at 29.7C. Luckily the night time temperatures stayed in the lower teens so sleeping at night wasn't an issue. The 18th and 19th were fresher days and the next warm to hot spell started on the 20th with temperatures reaching the hot category from the 21st to 23rd with temperatures passing 25C on three days. The peak of the heat was on the 23rd when 26.7C was reached. The weather turned cooler and then fresh from the 25th. The warmest night was just as the hot spell ended with 14.7C being the low. June then ended on a fresher note with average to warm temperatures day and night overall. June was again another dry month and was the 4th consecutive dry month. June normally a wet month did show signs of being a wet month when 7.5mm fell on the 5th and then 9.8mm on the 7th. These were the second and third highest rainfall of the month though, the fourth highest was on the 25th with 6.5mm. Between the 8th and the 24th only 2.7mm fell. There were ten days from the 8th to the 22nd where no measurable rain fell. Most showers just being a few spots of rain. After showers brought 6.5mm on the 25th very little rain fell until the months end however the 6.5mm moved the month out of the top ten driest on record for Sheffield. Small amounts of rain fell on the 27th to 29th while the 30th brought heavy evening rain which brought 27mm of rainfall pushing the final total to 59.3mm. The time of year really means there won't be much in the way of windy weather although the winds did reached 30+ on four days with then highest gust 37mph on the 11th. Thunderstorms were once again completely absent continuing the general decline in Thunder in the area. Poor presentation of the weather gave a misleading picture of the prospect for storms on the 24th and although the forecast of storms was correct i.e that most places would miss them the emphasis on storms was pressed to strongly. The misleading forecast was further strengthened by a unnecessary widespread warning for storms on the day in question. More widespread storms occurred on the 25th but this time little mention was made of the prospect. The 25th was the closest a storm came to Sheffield and if it had been dark lightning would have been visible to the west of Sheffield. July is likely to see the return of the hot weather gradually through the first seven days. Although the hot weather doesn't look like being too extreme. Temperatures likely between 25C and 28C. After the first seven days the weather turns fresher from the north west and more unsettled with a few showers. By mid month temperatures high pressure looks to become established with an easterly flow of the north sea so the risk of low cloud and fog through the morning with sunny spells in the afternoon this eventually giving way to a slack area of low pressure so cooler with showers at times. Overall a month with just above normal temperatures and just below average rainfall.
June’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.7C
Last Months Average 15.5C
Difference from average 0.8C
Average Max Temp 19.3C
Last Months Average 20.4C
Difference from average 1.1C
Average Min Temp 10.1C
Last Months Average 10.6C
Difference from average 0.5C
High Max 29.7C on the 17th
Low Max 10.7C on the 5th
Highest Daily Range 16.1 on the 17th
High Min 13.7C on the 24th
Low Min 6.4C on the 2nd
Lowest Daily Range 2.1C on the 5th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 1 day
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 21 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 9 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 76.9mm
This months Average 59.3mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 77.1%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

June was dry near average month with temperatures only slightly above normal. The rainfall was below normal once again. The month also had some very low humidity for example 67% on the 17th. Unlike May before it June did have some large swings in temperatures with two albeit fairly short hot spells. The month started on a relatively cool note with temperatures struggling between the 4th and the 6th with the coldest day being on the 5th with a high of 10.7C. This didn't include the coolest night this being recorded on the 2nd with 6.4C being the low. The cool spell quickly ended with the weather turning pleasant and warm from the 7th to 11th with temperatures reaching the low twenties on three days. Temperatures were back to around average form the 12th to the 13th and then a warm spell started from the 14th to the 17th with the last two days of this spell turning hot as temperatures peaked at 29.7C. Luckily the night time temperatures stayed in the lower teens so sleeping at night wasn't an issue. The 18th and 19th were fresher days and the next warm to hot spell started on the 20th with temperatures reaching the hot category from the 21st to 23rd with temperatures passing 25C on three days. The peak of the heat was on the 23rd when 26.7C was reached. The weather turned cooler and then fresh from the 25th. The warmest night was just as the hot spell ended with 14.7C being the low. June then ended on a fresher note with average to warm temperatures day and night overall. June was again another dry month and was the 4th consecutive dry month. June normally a wet month did show signs of being a wet month when 7.5mm fell on the 5th and then 9.8mm on the 7th. These were the second and third highest rainfall of the month though, the fourth highest was on the 25th with 6.5mm. Between the 8th and the 24th only 2.7mm fell. There were ten days from the 8th to the 22nd where no measurable rain fell. Most showers just being a few spots of rain. After showers brought 6.5mm on the 25th very little rain fell until the months end however the 6.5mm moved the month out of the top ten driest on record for Sheffield. Small amounts of rain fell on the 27th to 29th while the 30th brought heavy evening rain which brought 27mm of rainfall pushing the final total to 59.3mm. The time of year really means there won't be much in the way of windy weather although the winds did reached 30+ on four days with then highest gust 37mph on the 11th. Thunderstorms were once again completely absent continuing the general decline in Thunder in the area. Poor presentation of the weather gave a misleading picture of the prospect for storms on the 24th and although the forecast of storms was correct i.e that most places would miss them the emphasis on storms was pressed to strongly. The misleading forecast was further strengthened by a unnecessary widespread warning for storms on the day in question. More widespread storms occurred on the 25th but this time little mention was made of the prospect. The 25th was the closest a storm came to Sheffield and if it had been dark lightning would have been visible to the west of Sheffield. July is likely to see the return of the hot weather gradually through the first seven days. Although the hot weather doesn't look like being too extreme. Temperatures likely between 25C and 28C. After the first seven days the weather turns fresher from the north west and more unsettled with a few showers. By mid month temperatures high pressure looks to become established with an easterly flow of the north sea so the risk of low cloud and fog through the morning with sunny spells in the afternoon this eventually giving way to a slack area of low pressure so cooler with showers at times. Overall a month with just above normal temperatures and just below average rainfall.
June’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.7C
Last Months Average 15.5C
Difference from average 0.8C
Average Max Temp 19.3C
Last Months Average 20.4C
Difference from average 1.1C
Average Min Temp 7.2C
Last Months Average 8.9C
Difference from Average 1.7C
High Max 29.7C on the 17th
Low Max 10.7C on the 5th
Highest Daily Range 16.1C on the 17th
High Min 13.7C on the 24th
Low Min 6.4C on the 2nd
Lowest Daily Range 2.1C on the 5th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 1 day
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 21 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 9 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 76.9mm
This months Average 59.3mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 77.1%
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

June was dry near average month with temperatures only slightly above normal. The rainfall was below normal once again. The month also had some very low humidity for example 67% on the 17th. Unlike May before it June did have some large swings in temperatures with two albeit fairly short hot spells. The month started on a relatively cool note with temperatures struggling between the 4th and the 6th with the coldest day being on the 5th with a high of 10.7C. This didn't include the coolest night this being recorded on the 2nd with 6.4C being the low. The cool spell quickly ended with the weather turning pleasant and warm from the 7th to 11th with temperatures reaching the low twenties on three days. Temperatures were back to around average form the 12th to the 13th and then a warm spell started from the 14th to the 17th with the last two days of this spell turning hot as temperatures peaked at 29.7C. Luckily the night time temperatures stayed in the lower teens so sleeping at night wasn't an issue. The 18th and 19th were fresher days and the next warm to hot spell started on the 20th with temperatures reaching the hot category from the 21st to 23rd with temperatures passing 25C on three days. The peak of the heat was on the 23rd when 26.7C was reached. The weather turned cooler and then fresh from the 25th. The warmest night was just as the hot spell ended with 14.7C being the low. June then ended on a fresher note with average to warm temperatures day and night overall. June was again another dry month and was the 4th consecutive dry month. June normally a wet month did show signs of being a wet month when 7.5mm fell on the 5th and then 9.8mm on the 7th. These were the second and third highest rainfall of the month though, the fourth highest was on the 25th with 6.5mm. Between the 8th and the 24th only 2.7mm fell. There were ten days from the 8th to the 22nd where no measurable rain fell. Most showers just being a few spots of rain. After showers brought 6.5mm on the 25th very little rain fell until the months end however the 6.5mm moved the month out of the top ten driest on record for Sheffield. Small amounts of rain fell on the 27th to 29th while the 30th brought heavy evening rain which brought 27mm of rainfall pushing the final total to 59.3mm. The time of year really means there won't be much in the way of windy weather although the winds did reached 30+ on four days with then highest gust 37mph on the 11th. Thunderstorms were once again completely absent continuing the general decline in Thunder in the area. Poor presentation of the weather gave a misleading picture of the prospect for storms on the 24th and although the forecast of storms was correct i.e that most places would miss them the emphasis on storms was pressed to strongly. The misleading forecast was further strengthened by a unnecessary widespread warning for storms on the day in question. More widespread storms occurred on the 25th but this time little mention was made of the prospect. The 25th was the closest a storm came to Sheffield and if it had been dark lightning would have been visible to the west of Sheffield. July is likely to see the return of the hot weather gradually through the first seven days. Although the hot weather doesn't look like being too extreme. Temperatures likely between 25C and 28C. After the first seven days the weather turns fresher from the north west and more unsettled with a few showers. By mid month temperatures high pressure looks to become established with an easterly flow of the north sea so the risk of low cloud and fog through the morning with sunny spells in the afternoon this eventually giving way to a slack area of low pressure so cooler with showers at times. Overall a month with just above normal temperatures and just below average rainfall.
June’s Averages and Highs and Lows
Average Temp 14.7C
Last Months Average 15.5C
Difference from average 0.8C
Average Max Temp 19.3C
Last Months Average 20.4C
Difference from average 1.1C
Average Min Temp 10.1C
Last Months Average 10.6C
Difference from Average 0.5C
High Max 29.7C on the 17th
Low Max 10.7C on the 5th
Highest Daily Range 16.1C on the 17th
High Min 13.7C on the 24th
Low Min 6.4C on the 2nd
Lowest Daily Range 2.1C on the 5th
Number of Air Frosts 0
Days of Thunder 1 day
Days of Snow 0 days
Days of Rain > 0 21 Days
Days of Rain with Trace 9 Days
Days of Wind > 50 MPH 0
Average Rainfall 76.9mm
This months Average 59.3mm
Percentage of Average Rainfall 77.1%