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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 occurred. 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. April 2016 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.  If you wish to Donate to the upkeep please click on the Donate button.
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 21/05/16  After a showery Sunday some of which maybe heavy it will be a case of it turning gradually cooler and drier. A chance again of some night frosts in sheltered parts. By the end of next week it will turn warmer again but unsettled once more with heavy showers.        Brief Winter Roundup. After an average Autumn temperature wise one wondered what December would bring. Normal newspaper alarm articles promised blizzards and record low temperatures from sources that shouldn’t be taken seriously. As it was December became the mildest December on record breaking the long run of cooling months. Snow as absent bar one period of sleet. It broke the previous record 1988 by 1.1C. December was more akin to spring with temperatures in the mid teens on numerous days. Normally when it’s mild it’s Windy and Wet and December delivered with rainfall but it wasn’t particularly stormy. Rainfall came in at 140% above average passing the 100mm mark. Only one day recorded winds over 60mph and that was on the 6th. The next question would the mild weather continue as we now looked for the mildest winter on record. The answer was no with temperatures dropping back to average and then finally below average from the 11th to the 21st. Again there was lack of Snow with 4cm being the welcoming sight on one morning but this thawed during the day ensuring the month failed to have a single day with full Snow cover. We did managed seven air frosts. Any chances of a below average month disappeared as the mild we saw in December returned for the end of the month with mid teens once again the norm. Storms also returned on the 29th and 30th with gusts of 60mph. Rainfall again blitzed passed the average rainfall but just missed on 100mm of rain. The mild end of the month pushed the month to close +1C above normal. The mild weather continued into February and a new record looked certain to be set However a change after the 8th to average to rather cold conditions. Winds gusted to 59mph on the 2nd but otherwise it was a quiet month. The lack of Snow was again apparent without any lying Snow recorded as it was limited to flurries. Apart from a couple days one recording 13.2c on the 21st the average to rather cold theme lasted to the end of the month bringing an average month overall both rainfall wise and temperature wise. So overall the 4th mildest winter on record courtesy of December. A wet winter but fairly quiet storm wise and a lack of Snow.    What’s new? I’ve now added the column to each page of the five minute weather data which should make life easier when reading the data although this does make the file slightly larger to download.
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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 February 2016 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 The weather station also now transmits data to http://www.pwsweather.com/obs/1963525.html
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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 21/05/16 .

After a showery Sunday some of which maybe heavy it will be a case of it turning gradually cooler and drier. A chance again of some night frosts in sheltered parts. By the end of next week it will turn warmer again but unsettled once more with heavy showers.   Brief Winter Review. After an average Autumn temperature wise one wondered what December would bring. Normal newspaper alarm articles promised blizzards and record low temperatures from sources that shouldn’t be taken seriously. As it was December became the mildest December on record breaking the long run of cooling months. Snow as absent bar one period of sleet. It broke the previous record 1988 by 1.1C. December was more akin to spring with temperatures in the mid teens on numerous days. Normally when it’s mild it’s Windy and Wet and December delivered with rainfall but it wasn’t particularly stormy. Rainfall came in at 140% above average passing the 100mm mark. Only one day recorded winds over 60mph and that was on the 6th. The next question would the mild weather continue as we now looked for the mildest winter on record. The answer was no with temperatures dropping back to average and then finally below average from the 11th to the 21st. Again there was lack of Snow with 4cm being the welcoming sight on one morning but this thawed during the day ensuring the month failed to have a single day with full Snow cover. We did managed seven air frosts. Any chances of a below average month disappeared as the mild we saw in December returned for the end of the month with mid teens once again the norm. Storms also returned on the 29th and 30th with gusts of 60mph. Rainfall again blitzed passed the average rainfall but just missed on 100mm of rain. The mild end of the month pushed the month to close +1C above normal. The mild weather continued into February and a new record looked certain to be set However a change after the 8th to average to rather cold conditions. Winds gusted to 59mph on the 2nd but otherwise it was a quiet month. The lack of Snow was again apparent without any lying Snow recorded as it was limited to flurries. Apart from a couple days one recording 13.2c on the 21st the average to rather cold theme lasted to the end of the month bringing an average month overall both rainfall wise and temperature wise. So overall the 4th mildest winter on record courtesy of December. A wet winter but fairly quiet storm wise and a lack of Snow.
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