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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 30/10/20 at 18:10hrs. Valid from

18:10hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

The models have changed once again. Since Sheffield is generally sheltered from Southerly winds the first part of Saturday will breezy and only places exposed to the southerly breeze with see any windy weather. In the afternoon the wind swings more to the WSW and this when the winds will pick up. Even then nothing major Autumn. A wet day Sunday again sees plenty of rain and stronger winds possible hitting 50 mph again nothing out of the ordinary for the time of year. Monday now seems to be the day of action as winds may hit 60 mph early on before easing back a little. The other main point is how warm it will be with a start to the day more like summer with 16C to 17C. Winds and rain ease as the day goes on with it turning colder. The weather takes a rest Tuesday as high pressure builds and it will turn cold with night frost possible. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with one or two breaks in the cloud. Winds alight WNW breeze. Temperatures 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising rapidly. The first part of the night dry a few clear spells at first then turning cloudy with moderate rain arriving in the early hours. Overnight low 9C to 10C then temperatures rising to a warm 11C to 13C. The winds by the early hours a light to gentle S breeze. Saturday: A very warm but wet start with light to moderate rain.. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. Rain clearing by midmorning and the winds a gentle SSE breeze but a moderate SSE breeze in places exposed to the breeze. More rain arriving by midday winds a gentle S breeze but a moderate to fresh S breeze in areas exposed to the S breeze. The rain turning light and showery by mid afternoon with the wind moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze with gusts possible to 40 - 45 mph. A very mild to warm day at 14C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling slowly. Light showers clearing quickly with clear spells by the end of the evening. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. A dry spell with increasing cloud bringing light rain arriving by the early hours. The winds a gentle SSW breeze. An average to mild night at 7C to 8C. Sunday: A wet mild end to the weekend with moderate rain. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain turning light by mid morning as winds become a moderate WSW breeze. Gusts to 40 - 45 mph. Light showery rain continuing up to midday as the winds become a moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze rain with gusts 40 - 50mph. The afternoon dry with sunny spells. A cold to cool day. Temperatures peaking at 11C to 13C. Winds easing to a gentle WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1006mb falling. A dry start to the evening but soon turning wet moderate to heavy rain by the end of the evening. Heavy rain continuing with winds becoming a moderate SW breeze. Gusts to 40 to 45 mph. Rain clearing after midnight but turning windy with a moderate possibly fresh breeze and gusts to 50 mph. Winds a light S breeze and night with moderate possibly heavy rain at times. Winds a light W breeze. A mild to very mild night at 8C to 10C. Monday: A dry very windy start with moderate to fresh SW breeze and gusts 50 to 60mph. Very warm indeed with temperatures 16C to 17C. Blustery showers and gusts to 60mph by mid morning the winds easing a little by midday with gusts to 40 to 45mph as the winds back to a westerly. The light showers continuing into the afternoon as winds ease to moderate possible fresh breeze. Turning colder as the day goes on as temperatures fall back to 10C to 12C. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 998mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Turning cloudy in the early hours. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Overnight temperatures either side of average at 6C to 8C. Tuesday: Light rain in the north of the region cloudy and dry elsewhere. Winds a light to gentle WSW breeze. start the new working week. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 6C to 7C. Turning dry for all with sunny spells from midmorning before some light showers arrive by mid afternoon. Winds a light WNW breeze. A cold to cool day at 9C to 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1016mb rising. Light showers dying away during the evening then a dry night with clear spells and a light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a very cold night. Wednesday: Dry fresh frosty start with light W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry cold day with sunny spells and winds backing to a light N in the afternoon. A cold day at 8C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and turning cold with frost in places. Overnight 3C to 4C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.
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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for

the next Five days Updated 30/10/20 at 18:10hrs.

Valid from 18:10hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

The models have changed once again. Since Sheffield is generally sheltered from Southerly winds the first part of Saturday will breezy and only places exposed to the southerly breeze with see any windy weather. In the afternoon the wind swings more to the WSW and this when the winds will pick up. Even then nothing major Autumn. A wet day Sunday again sees plenty of rain and stronger winds possible hitting 50 mph again nothing out of the ordinary for the time of year. Monday now seems to be the day of action as winds may hit 60 mph early on before easing back a little. The other main point is how warm it will be with a start to the day more like summer with 16C to 17C. Winds and rain ease as the day goes on with it turning colder. The weather takes a rest Tuesday as high pressure builds and it will turn cold with night frost possible. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with one or two breaks in the cloud. Winds alight WNW breeze. Temperatures 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising rapidly. The first part of the night dry a few clear spells at first then turning cloudy with moderate rain arriving in the early hours. Overnight low 9C to 10C then temperatures rising to a warm 11C to 13C. The winds by the early hours a light to gentle S breeze. Saturday: A very warm but wet start with light to moderate rain.. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. Rain clearing by midmorning and the winds a gentle SSE breeze but a moderate SSE breeze in places exposed to the breeze. More rain arriving by midday winds a gentle S breeze but a moderate to fresh S breeze in areas exposed to the S breeze. The rain turning light and showery by mid afternoon with the wind moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze with gusts possible to 40 - 45 mph. A very mild to warm day at 14C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling slowly. Light showers clearing quickly with clear spells by the end of the evening. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. A dry spell with increasing cloud bringing light rain arriving by the early hours. The winds a gentle SSW breeze. An average to mild night at 7C to 8C. Sunday: A wet mild end to the weekend with moderate rain. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain turning light by mid morning as winds become a moderate WSW breeze. Gusts to 40 - 45 mph. Light showery rain continuing up to midday as the winds become a moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze rain with gusts 40 - 50mph. The afternoon dry with sunny spells. A cold to cool day. Temperatures peaking at 11C to 13C. Winds easing to a gentle WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1006mb falling. A dry start to the evening but soon turning wet moderate to heavy rain by the end of the evening. Heavy rain continuing with winds becoming a moderate SW breeze. Gusts to 40 to 45 mph. Rain clearing after midnight but turning windy with a moderate possibly fresh breeze and gusts to 50 mph. Winds a light S breeze and night with moderate possibly heavy rain at times. Winds a light W breeze. A mild to very mild night at 8C to 10C. Monday: A dry very windy start with moderate to fresh SW breeze and gusts 50 to 60mph. Very warm indeed with temperatures 16C to 17C. Blustery showers and gusts to 60mph by mid morning the winds easing a little by midday with gusts to 40 to 45mph as the winds back to a westerly. The light showers continuing into the afternoon as winds ease to moderate possible fresh breeze. Turning colder as the day goes on as temperatures fall back to 10C to 12C. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 998mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Turning cloudy in the early hours. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Overnight temperatures either side of average at 6C to 8C. Tuesday: Light rain in the north of the region cloudy and dry elsewhere. Winds a light to gentle WSW breeze. start the new working week. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 6C to 7C. Turning dry for all with sunny spells from midmorning before some light showers arrive by mid afternoon. Winds a light WNW breeze. A cold to cool day at 9C to 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1016mb rising. Light showers dying away during the evening then a dry night with clear spells and a light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a very cold night. Wednesday: Dry fresh frosty start with light W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry cold day with sunny spells and winds backing to a light N in the afternoon. A cold day at 8C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and turning cold with frost in places. Overnight 3C to 4C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.
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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast

for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather

Forecast for the next Five days

Updated 30/10/20 at 18:10hrs. Valid

from 18:10hrs Friday to 03:00hrs

Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

The models have changed once again. Since Sheffield is generally sheltered from Southerly winds the first part of Saturday will breezy and only places exposed to the southerly breeze with see any windy weather. In the afternoon the wind swings more to the WSW and this when the winds will pick up. Even then nothing major Autumn. A wet day Sunday again sees plenty of rain and stronger winds possible hitting 50 mph again nothing out of the ordinary for the time of year. Monday now seems to be the day of action as winds may hit 60 mph early on before easing back a little. The other main point is how warm it will be with a start to the day more like summer with 16C to 17C. Winds and rain ease as the day goes on with it turning colder. The weather takes a rest Tuesday as high pressure builds and it will turn cold with night frost possible. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with one or two breaks in the cloud. Winds alight WNW breeze. Temperatures 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb rising rapidly. The first part of the night dry a few clear spells at first then turning cloudy with moderate rain arriving in the early hours. Overnight low 9C to 10C then temperatures rising to a warm 11C to 13C. The winds by the early hours a light to gentle S breeze. Saturday: A very warm but wet start with light to moderate rain.. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 13C to 14C. Rain clearing by midmorning and the winds a gentle SSE breeze but a moderate SSE breeze in places exposed to the breeze. More rain arriving by midday winds a gentle S breeze but a moderate to fresh S breeze in areas exposed to the S breeze. The rain turning light and showery by mid afternoon with the wind moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze with gusts possible to 40 - 45 mph. A very mild to warm day at 14C to 15C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling slowly. Light showers clearing quickly with clear spells by the end of the evening. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. A dry spell with increasing cloud bringing light rain arriving by the early hours. The winds a gentle SSW breeze. An average to mild night at 7C to 8C. Sunday: A wet mild end to the weekend with moderate rain. Winds a gentle to moderate SSW breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain turning light by mid morning as winds become a moderate WSW breeze. Gusts to 40 - 45 mph. Light showery rain continuing up to midday as the winds become a moderate possibly fresh WSW breeze rain with gusts 40 - 50mph. The afternoon dry with sunny spells. A cold to cool day. Temperatures peaking at 11C to 13C. Winds easing to a gentle WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1006mb falling. A dry start to the evening but soon turning wet moderate to heavy rain by the end of the evening. Heavy rain continuing with winds becoming a moderate SW breeze. Gusts to 40 to 45 mph. Rain clearing after midnight but turning windy with a moderate possibly fresh breeze and gusts to 50 mph. Winds a light S breeze and night with moderate possibly heavy rain at times. Winds a light W breeze. A mild to very mild night at 8C to 10C. Monday: A dry very windy start with moderate to fresh SW breeze and gusts 50 to 60mph. Very warm indeed with temperatures 16C to 17C. Blustery showers and gusts to 60mph by mid morning the winds easing a little by midday with gusts to 40 to 45mph as the winds back to a westerly. The light showers continuing into the afternoon as winds ease to moderate possible fresh breeze. Turning colder as the day goes on as temperatures fall back to 10C to 12C. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 998mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells. Turning cloudy in the early hours. Winds a gentle WSW breeze. Overnight temperatures either side of average at 6C to 8C. Tuesday: Light rain in the north of the region cloudy and dry elsewhere. Winds a light to gentle WSW breeze. start the new working week. Winds a gentle S breeze. Temperatures 6C to 7C. Turning dry for all with sunny spells from midmorning before some light showers arrive by mid afternoon. Winds a light WNW breeze. A cold to cool day at 9C to 11C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1016mb rising. Light showers dying away during the evening then a dry night with clear spells and a light WSW breeze by morning. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a very cold night. Wednesday: Dry fresh frosty start with light W breeze. Temperatures 3C to 5C. A dry cold day with sunny spells and winds backing to a light N in the afternoon. A cold day at 8C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and turning cold with frost in places. Overnight 3C to 4C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.