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Alternative weather forecast from Online Weather Another good Website is at antveals web site which contains links to other very good sites. Another website containing locations and links to weather sites can be found here www.mylocalweather.org.uk I’ve now done some more work on the averages and you can now see at a glance which years the highs and lows have occured. The Met Office have also released the 1981-2010 averages so I’ve updated our data to reflect the time period and will update all 2012 data to reflect this in time. February 2015 data has now been fully uploaded. I’ve also enabled Spark.clx for Lightning detection for Mobile Phones. Install the application from here then add the following link to Sparkclx www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/spark There’s also a mobile version of lightening detection for the Andriod phone. This is called Mobile Storm which can be downloaded from Google Play Store. To use my Boltek enter the Latitude of 53.2102 and the Longitude -1.28. For the web url type in the following http://www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/spark/nexstorm_arc.dat The detector needs also to be set at custom. The authors website is here http://skywatcher.net.nz/android.htm You can follow Sheffield Weather on Twitter which is working now. The problem was with Lightning 2000 sending truncated tweets and repeating the same tweet which locked the account out. 
Welcome to the Sheffield Weather Page. A site for the city of Sheffield South Yorkshire England. The family has been recording Weather since 1955 and in recent years this has passed to myself. I have a large amount of data which I have published on this website. I’m have now started to work on the data sets from 1989 so you can check the Stevenson data from that period to the present rather than from 2000. This will be a slow process though I’m afraid and will take some time.
Quick Weather Update 05/03/15 The end of the week and into the weekend looks a mild or very mild affair with temperatures on Saturday and Sunday close to the mid teens. Unfortunately a lot of cloud around with Saturday being the best of the days with Sunny spells being the most likely to occur. Sunday will just hold onto the mild weather however there’s a split between models with the GFS going for rain later in the day while the met office going for the morning. I’m backing the GFS at the moment. Monday sees the weather turning cooler and more changeable again.   Quick Year Roundup. The year started mild and wet . January saw zero days of Snow lying although Snow fell on one day. A lack of Air frosts was also notable. However the month provided a total off 137.5mm of rain.  For cold lovers February was another flop zero snow two days of sleet. Feb marked the return of strong winds 76mph on the 13th and 64mph on the 15th. March was finally a dry month once again very mild. April was mild with average rainfall yet May was a washout with 241% of rainfall. At this point there was a chance that the year would again be the wettest on record. The summer continued the warm theme with June and July being dry months as Sheffield missed most Thunderstorms. Despite been a warm month June only hit 75F twice. July cranked the heat up with 80f being breached on three days  but yet again Storms mainly went round the area. Bertha visited the UK in August and changed the weather pattern to cold and wet after a warm start. The cold theme only lasted a month and a return to mild conditions for Autumn.  Autumn came just below average rainfall wise with September being very dry indeed the driest since 1986 while October had one of the warmest Halloweens on record as the month finished more like early September than late October. November and December were Wet and Mild although Boxing day provided plenty of Snow 17cm worth the largest fall for well over a year. What’s new?  The Davis has gone a new hopefully more accurate sensor for temperature and humidity. It seems to have corrected the readings for Humidity sensor which are now after a couple of checks correspond to the wet and dry bulb thermometers. 
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Alternative weather forecast from Online Weather Another good Website is at antveals web site which contains links to other very good sites. Another website containing locations and links to weather sites can be found here www.mylocalweather.org.uk Feb 2014 data has now been fully uploaded. I’ve also enabled Spark.clx for Lightning detection for Mobile Phones. Install the application from here then add the following link to Sparkclx www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/spark There’s also a mobile version of lightening detection for the Andriod phone. This is called Mobile Storm which can be downloaded from Google Play Store. To use my Boltek enter the Latitude of 53.2102 and the Longitude -1.28. For the web url type in the following http://www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/spark/nexstorm_arc.dat The detector needs also to be set at custom. The authors website is here http://skywatcher.net.nz/android.htm
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Welcome to the Mobile version of the Sheffield Weather Page. A site for the city of Sheffield South Yorkshire England. The family has been recording Weather since 1955 and in recent years this has passed to myself. I have a large amount of data which I have published on this website. I’m have now started to work on the data sets from 1989 so you can check the Stevenson data from that period to the present rather than from 2000. This will be a slow process though I’m afraid and will take some time. 

Quick Weather Update 05/03/15 .

The end of the week and into the weekend looks a mild or very mild affair with temperatures on Saturday and Sunday close to the mid teens. Unfortunately a lot of cloud around with Saturday being the best of the days with Sunny spells being the most likely to occur. Sunday will just hold onto the mild weather however there’s a split between models with the GFS going for rain later in the day while the met office going for the morning. I’m backing the GFS at the moment. Monday sees the weather turning cooler and more changeable again. Quick Year Roundup. The year started mild and wet . January saw zero days of Snow lying although Snow fell on one day. A lack of Air frosts was also notable. However the month provided a total off 137.5mm of rain.  For cold lovers February was another flop zero snow two days of sleet. Feb marked the return of strong winds 76mph on the 13th and 64mph on the 15th. March was finally a dry month once again very mild. April was mild with average rainfall yet May was a washout with 241% of rainfall. At this point there was a chance that the year would again be the wettest on record. The summer continued the warm theme with June and July being dry months as Sheffield missed most Thunderstorms. Despite been a warm month June only hit 75F twice. July cranked the heat up with 80f being breached on three days  but yet again Storms mainly went round the area. Bertha visited the UK in August and changed the weather pattern to cold and wet after a warm start. The cold theme only lasted a month and a return to mild conditions for Autumn.  Autumn came just below average rainfall wise with September being very dry indeed the driest since 1986 while October had one of the warmest Halloweens on record as the month finished more like early September than late October. November and December were Wet and Mild although Boxing day provided plenty of Snow 17cm worth the largest fall for well over a year.
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