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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. March 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 26/04/15 A rather cool week coming up with night frosts at times and rain or light showers. Monday will be the best day of the new week with sunny spells and still dry. From Tuesday it will become unsettled with light showers and this theme lasting until the end of the week. The models still seem unsure as to how long this cool spell will last some showing milder air moving in from the south west while other runs show another cool outbreak from the north. Brief Winter Roundup. December was a mild month continuing the run of mild winter months. A brief cool spell brought some sleet to the region between the 7th and 11th. The lack of Snow continued until Boxing day when heavy rain turned rapidly to Snow depositing 17cm of Wet Snow the Snow dying out early on the 27th. This was the heaviest Snow since March 2013. If the Snow had been dry the depth would have really remarkable. December was notable for the lack of storms unlike the previous year and it was also a very wet month. January was an average month with some Stormy weather mid month with 71 mph being reached on the 10th. Snow made a re- appearance from the 21st although no real depth was recorded until the 21st when 8.5cm fell. This quickly melted and it wasn’t until the 28th when further Snow fell eventually giving a covering on the 29th of 6cm This increased to 16.5cm by the 30th. February slightly below the average temp and was a dry month. The Snow that fell at the end of Jan lasted until the 5th and much longer on the higher areas of Sheffield showing remarkable resilience despite some mild temperatures. There wasn’t any further Snow until the 22nd which didn’t lie. A quiet uneventful month over all.  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 March 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
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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 26/04/15 .

A rather cool week coming up with night frosts at times and rain or light showers. Monday will be the best day of the new week with sunny spells and still dry. From Tuesday it will become unsettled with light showers and this theme lasting until the end of the week. The models still seem unsure as to how long this cool spell will last some showing milder air moving in from the south west while other runs show another cool outbreak from the north. Winter Review. December was a mild month continuing the run of mild winter months. A brief cool spell brought some sleet to the region between the 7th and 11th. The lack of Snow continued until Boxing day when heavy rain turned rapidly to Snow depositing 17cm of Wet Snow the Snow dying out early on the 27th. This was the heaviest Snow since March 2013. If the Snow had been dry the depth would have really remarkable. December was notable for the lack of storms unlike the previous year and it was also a very wet month. January was an average month with some Stormy weather mid month with 71 mph being reached on the 10th. Snow made a re-appearance from the 21st although no real depth was recorded until the 21st when 8.5cm fell. This quickly melted and it wasn’t until the 28th when further Snow fell eventually giving a covering on the 29th of 6cm This increased to 16.5cm by the 30th. February slightly below the average temp and was a dry month. The Snow that fell at the end of Jan lasted until the 5th and much longer on the higher areas of Sheffield showing remarkable resilience despite some mild temperatures. There wasn’t any further Snow until the 22nd which didn’t lie. A quiet uneventful month over all.   
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