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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the new Sheffield Weather Page. A site for the city of Sheffield South Yorkshire England. The new design is more user friendly and works across more mobile devices. Live weather via Weather display live has been discontinued however live weather is viewable via the steel gauges. I’ve moved the live data feed to my own web server due to issues with my hosting ftp server. My 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 and hopefully I’ll find time to add to this.

Latest news

Saturday could see the last of any freezing rain as it turns milder overnight and briefly windy as the low bringing the freezing rain moves away. Dry most of Sunday and despite a mild start will be a cold day with a risk of some wintry showers late in the day over highest ground. After that a generally mild theme with some very mild nights. Further rain at times and a breezy evening Thursday. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for Nov 2018 and the Autumn of 2018 has been uploaded I’ve updated the yearly averages to include the season averages as well and matched the format across the years for consistency. Live weather has also been updated to the latest version of Steel Gauges. Two of the web cams have been updated these being the ones pointing north west and east. They provide a sharper image and also a much clearer night image. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here.  www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Autumn 2018 A brief round up After the warm summer of 2018 thoughts wandered to what the Autumn would offer. Would it continue the warm dry weather or would it be a wash out? The first three days of September were warm to hot with the hottest day of the month on the 2nd of the month. After that the 20 degree mark was only breached five times. Up to the 21st it only failed to rain on 4 days and apart from one exception the rainfall amounts were small. The period from the 4th to the 15th had temperatures in the mid to upper teens and had quite a few cool nights with single digit figures. A half hearted attempt at warm spell came between the 16th to the 18th with the temperatures just getting above the 20 degree mark and again on the 26th and 27th. The month finished with some notable cool nights with 4C degrees being the low on the 24th and 25th and 4.6C being recorded on the 29th. The main point of interest in September was on the afternoon of the 19th when more than the months average fell in mainly a 4 hour period. The months average being 65.4mm and amount falling was 70mm. There weren't any Thunderstorms related to this rain just very heavy rain. Sheffield was outside the yellow warning area just. However the heavy rain fell from north Wales all the way across to the east coast causing wide spread flooding. This should warranted a red warning across the region and how the Met office actually works out it's impact is a complete mystery and in my opinion not fit for the purpose. Anyway this made sure the month was very wet month. Paradoxically only 3.3mm fell after this day with it being dry totally on 5 days and just trace conditions on three days. The month ending with 99mm. The nights were on the cool side being nearly a degree down while the day time temperatures were a half degree up. So the first month was just below average and very wet. Most of October was comfortably above average temperature wise until the last six days which brought the month back down to close to average. In the first 25 days Temperatures carried on with September like values although there were some exceptions these being the 6th and 7th and the 14th and 15th which were on the cold side. The 7th being notable for the temperature at night falling to 2.5C. The 10th and 13th were warm pleasant days as temperatures peaked at 22C. The 13th tying with the 5th for the warmest night at 12C. The weather turned colder on 26th with Snow falling on the high ground with sleet to the lower levels on the 27th. Lighter winds brought the first air frosts with lows of -1C on the 29 and 30th. The 31st also saw a cold night when 0.9C was the low. It was dry month with 42mm of the final figure of 53mm falling on three days. Rain failed to fall on 13 days and was a trace condition on another six days. The month failed to produce any storms and is the present trend these days. With October being dry this effectively canceled out the wet September and put Autumn back on average values for both temperatures and rainfall. It was now for November to decide whether we'd get a warm or cold autumn and whether it would be a wet one or not. Well November started on a mild note and continued the theme right up until the 17th The 6th recorded the warmest day at 14.3C followed by a 13.4C on the 14th. By the 17th we were looking at a mild month Then the wheels came off and it turned much colder sending the average temperature dropping like a stone. It was now a case of whether we'd go below average or not. The coldest days were the 20th to the 22nd when the only 4.2C degree was the high on the 21st with 4.5C and 4.3C on the 20th and 22nd. The 22nd and 23rd saw the first and only air frosts of the month with -2C and -0.5C being the low. The high pressure that brought the easterly winds was a cloudy one and this kept the night time temperatures mostly close to normal. This was the main reason why the month came in just above average with the night time close to average during this period. Indeed it came in at 4.9C 0.8C above normal. The cold spell needed to last to the end of the month for it to edge below normal but but a mild 13.4C on the 28th followed by 12.8C on the 29th put a nail in the coffin. The rainfall just came in above average with 87.6mm falling 110.3% of normal. This meant that Autumn was just above normal rainfall. Considering it rained on everyday bar one it's somewhat surprising it didn't come much wetter. However for the first five days only 0.4mm fell and from the 10th to the 18th only 4.7mm fell. November did provide a brief stormy spell of weather on the 29th as winds gusted up to 59mph for a short period of time. 50 mph was reached the day before as well. However the windy spell was too short for it to be considered a storm. So Autumn in the end decided to play the average card. Close to average in temperatures and rainfall. Notable were the 70mm of rain in September and the first Snow on the high ground towards the end of October. Snow didn't fall at recording station at all during Autumn and apart from the single rain storm in September it was storm free as well.     

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic.  To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm  This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the new Sheffield Weather Page. A site for the city of Sheffield South Yorkshire England. The new design is more user friendly and works across more mobile devices. Live weather via Weather display live has been discontinued however live weather is viewable via the steel gauges. I’ve moved the live data feed to my own web server due to issues with my hosting ftp server. My 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 and hopefully I’ll find time to add to this.
Sheffield Weather Page

Latest news

Saturday could see the last of any freezing rain as it turns milder overnight and briefly windy as the low bringing the freezing rain moves away. Dry most of Sunday and despite a mild start will be a cold day with a risk of some wintry showers late in the day over highest ground. After that a generally mild theme with some very mild nights. Further rain at times and a breezy evening Thursday. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for Nov 2018 and the Autumn of 2018 has been uploaded I’ve updated the yearly averages to include the season averages as well and matched the format across the years for consistency. Live weather has also been updated to the latest version of Steel Gauges. Two of the web cams have been updated these being the ones pointing north west and east. They provide a sharper image and also a much clearer night image. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here.  www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Autumn 2018 A brief round up After the warm summer of 2018 thoughts wandered to what the Autumn would offer. Would it continue the warm dry weather or would it be a wash out? The first three days of September were warm to hot with the hottest day of the month on the 2nd of the month. After that the 20 degree mark was only breached five times. Up to the 21st it only failed to rain on 4 days and apart from one exception the rainfall amounts were small. The period from the 4th to the 15th had temperatures in the mid to upper teens and had quite a few cool nights with single digit figures. A half hearted attempt at warm spell came between the 16th to the 18th with the temperatures just getting above the 20 degree mark and again on the 26th and 27th. The month finished with some notable cool nights with 4C degrees being the low on the 24th and 25th and 4.6C being recorded on the 29th. The main point of interest in September was on the afternoon of the 19th when more than the months average fell in mainly a 4 hour period. The months average being 65.4mm and amount falling was 70mm. There weren't any Thunderstorms related to this rain just very heavy rain. Sheffield was outside the yellow warning area just. However the heavy rain fell from north Wales all the way across to the east coast causing wide spread flooding. This should warranted a red warning across the region and how the Met office actually works out it's impact is a complete mystery and in my opinion not fit for the purpose. Anyway this made sure the month was very wet month. Paradoxically only 3.3mm fell after this day with it being dry totally on 5 days and just trace conditions on three days. The month ending with 99mm. The nights were on the cool side being nearly a degree down while the day time temperatures were a half degree up. So the first month was just below average and very wet. Most of October was comfortably above average temperature wise until the last six days which brought the month back down to close to average. In the first 25 days Temperatures carried on with September like values although there were some exceptions these being the 6th and 7th and the 14th and 15th which were on the cold side. The 7th being notable for the temperature at night falling to 2.5C. The 10th and 13th were warm pleasant days as temperatures peaked at 22C. The 13th tying with the 5th for the warmest night at 12C. The weather turned colder on 26th with Snow falling on the high ground with sleet to the lower levels on the 27th. Lighter winds brought the first air frosts with lows of -1C on the 29 and 30th. The 31st also saw a cold night when 0.9C was the low. It was dry month with 42mm of the final figure of 53mm falling on three days. Rain failed to fall on 13 days and was a trace condition on another six days. The month failed to produce any storms and is the present trend these days. With October being dry this effectively canceled out the wet September and put Autumn back on average values for both temperatures and rainfall. It was now for November to decide whether we'd get a warm or cold autumn and whether it would be a wet one or not. Well November started on a mild note and continued the theme right up until the 17th The 6th recorded the warmest day at 14.3C followed by a 13.4C on the 14th. By the 17th we were looking at a mild month Then the wheels came off and it turned much colder sending the average temperature dropping like a stone. It was now a case of whether we'd go below average or not. The coldest days were the 20th to the 22nd when the only 4.2C degree was the high on the 21st with 4.5C and 4.3C on the 20th and 22nd. The 22nd and 23rd saw the first and only air frosts of the month with -2C and -0.5C being the low. The high pressure that brought the easterly winds was a cloudy one and this kept the night time temperatures mostly close to normal. This was the main reason why the month came in just above average with the night time close to average during this period. Indeed it came in at 4.9C 0.8C above normal. The cold spell needed to last to the end of the month for it to edge below normal but but a mild 13.4C on the 28th followed by 12.8C on the 29th put a nail in the coffin. The rainfall just came in above average with 87.6mm falling 110.3% of normal. This meant that Autumn was just above normal rainfall. Considering it rained on everyday bar one it's somewhat surprising it didn't come much wetter. However for the first five days only 0.4mm fell and from the 10th to the 18th only 4.7mm fell. November did provide a brief stormy spell of weather on the 29th as winds gusted up to 59mph for a short period of time. 50 mph was reached the day before as well. However the windy spell was too short for it to be considered a storm. So Autumn in the end decided to play the average card. Close to average in temperatures and rainfall. Notable were the 70mm of rain in September and the first Snow on the high ground towards the end of October. Snow didn't fall at recording station at all during Autumn and apart from the single rain storm in September it was storm free as well.     

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic.  To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm  This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page
Welcome to the new Sheffield Weather Page. A site for the city of Sheffield South Yorkshire England. The new design is more user friendly and works across more mobile devices. Live weather via Weather display live has been discontinued however live weather is viewable via the steel gauges. I’ve moved the live data feed to my own web server due to issues with my hosting ftp server. My 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 and hopefully I’ll find time to add to this.
Sheffield Weather Page

Latest news

Saturday could see the last of any freezing rain as it turns milder overnight and briefly windy as the low bringing the freezing rain moves away. Dry most of Sunday and despite a mild start will be a cold day with a risk of some wintry showers late in the day over highest ground. After that a generally mild theme with some very mild nights. Further rain at times and a breezy evening Thursday. See www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/five_day_forecast.htm for more details. The weather data for Nov 2018 and the Autumn of 2018 has been uploaded I’ve updated the yearly averages to include the season averages as well and matched the format across the years for consistency. Live weather has also been updated to the latest version of Steel Gauges. Two of the web cams have been updated these being the ones pointing north west and east. They provide a sharper image and also a much clearer night image. Those looking for last months data will find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm and for automated station you’ll find it here www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/davis_weather_data.htm Monthly average values can be found on this page www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/stephenson.htm while those wishing to see the Davis yearly records can look here.  www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/thisyear.htm and for monthly records from 2003 here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/monthlyrecord.htm The Davis weather station all records can be seen here www.sheffieldweather.net/cumulus/record.htm
Autumn 2018 A brief round up After the warm summer of 2018 thoughts wandered to what the Autumn would offer. Would it continue the warm dry weather or would it be a wash out? The first three days of September were warm to hot with the hottest day of the month on the 2nd of the month. After that the 20 degree mark was only breached five times. Up to the 21st it only failed to rain on 4 days and apart from one exception the rainfall amounts were small. The period from the 4th to the 15th had temperatures in the mid to upper teens and had quite a few cool nights with single digit figures. A half hearted attempt at warm spell came between the 16th to the 18th with the temperatures just getting above the 20 degree mark and again on the 26th and 27th. The month finished with some notable cool nights with 4C degrees being the low on the 24th and 25th and 4.6C being recorded on the 29th. The main point of interest in September was on the afternoon of the 19th when more than the months average fell in mainly a 4 hour period. The months average being 65.4mm and amount falling was 70mm. There weren't any Thunderstorms related to this rain just very heavy rain. Sheffield was outside the yellow warning area just. However the heavy rain fell from north Wales all the way across to the east coast causing wide spread flooding. This should warranted a red warning across the region and how the Met office actually works out it's impact is a complete mystery and in my opinion not fit for the purpose. Anyway this made sure the month was very wet month. Paradoxically only 3.3mm fell after this day with it being dry totally on 5 days and just trace conditions on three days. The month ending with 99mm. The nights were on the cool side being nearly a degree down while the day time temperatures were a half degree up. So the first month was just below average and very wet. Most of October was comfortably above average temperature wise until the last six days which brought the month back down to close to average. In the first 25 days Temperatures carried on with September like values although there were some exceptions these being the 6th and 7th and the 14th and 15th which were on the cold side. The 7th being notable for the temperature at night falling to 2.5C. The 10th and 13th were warm pleasant days as temperatures peaked at 22C. The 13th tying with the 5th for the warmest night at 12C. The weather turned colder on 26th with Snow falling on the high ground with sleet to the lower levels on the 27th. Lighter winds brought the first air frosts with lows of -1C on the 29 and 30th. The 31st also saw a cold night when 0.9C was the low. It was dry month with 42mm of the final figure of 53mm falling on three days. Rain failed to fall on 13 days and was a trace condition on another six days. The month failed to produce any storms and is the present trend these days. With October being dry this effectively canceled out the wet September and put Autumn back on average values for both temperatures and rainfall. It was now for November to decide whether we'd get a warm or cold autumn and whether it would be a wet one or not. Well November started on a mild note and continued the theme right up until the 17th The 6th recorded the warmest day at 14.3C followed by a 13.4C on the 14th. By the 17th we were looking at a mild month Then the wheels came off and it turned much colder sending the average temperature dropping like a stone. It was now a case of whether we'd go below average or not. The coldest days were the 20th to the 22nd when the only 4.2C degree was the high on the 21st with 4.5C and 4.3C on the 20th and 22nd. The 22nd and 23rd saw the first and only air frosts of the month with -2C and -0.5C being the low. The high pressure that brought the easterly winds was a cloudy one and this kept the night time temperatures mostly close to normal. This was the main reason why the month came in just above average with the night time close to average during this period. Indeed it came in at 4.9C 0.8C above normal. The cold spell needed to last to the end of the month for it to edge below normal but but a mild 13.4C on the 28th followed by 12.8C on the 29th put a nail in the coffin. The rainfall just came in above average with 87.6mm falling 110.3% of normal. This meant that Autumn was just above normal rainfall. Considering it rained on everyday bar one it's somewhat surprising it didn't come much wetter. However for the first five days only 0.4mm fell and from the 10th to the 18th only 4.7mm fell. November did provide a brief stormy spell of weather on the 29th as winds gusted up to 59mph for a short period of time. 50 mph was reached the day before as well. However the windy spell was too short for it to be considered a storm. So Autumn in the end decided to play the average card. Close to average in temperatures and rainfall. Notable were the 70mm of rain in September and the first Snow on the high ground towards the end of October. Snow didn't fall at recording station at all during Autumn and apart from the single rain storm in September it was storm free as well.     

Lightning Detection for Mobile Devices

Lightning is provided by StormvueNGX provided Astrogenic.  To view lightning on your mobile please go to http://www.sheffieldweather.net/StormStation5NGX/stormstation.htm   This works on Andriod IOS, and Windows.

Web Sites of interest

you may also find the following web sites of interest antveals, www.mylocalweather.org.uk http://www.metoffice.gov.uk , www.netweather.tv , https://wow.metoffice.gov.uk/
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