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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Weather Forecast for the next Five days Updated

22/10/18 at 18:15pm. Valid from 18:15hrs Monday to

03:00hrs Sunday

General Synopsis 

High pressure will be in control for the next three except for Northern Scotland. The rest of the country should see dry settled spell of weather with some mild nights at first before turning cooler. Generally the day time temperatures will be just below normal. There will also be some fog patches around in the south of the country which maybe slow to clear. Towards the end of the period the high will retrogress westward allowing a northerly air flow to take hold over the country as pressure falls over Norway and Europe. It will cold enough for Snow on the Northern Hills and night frosts becoming widespread

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A dry settled outlook until the early hours of Friday as a strong area of high pressure controls the weather. Turning milder briefly Tuesday into Wednesday before the slow the cool down starts with it turning very cold overnight Friday into Saturday. Saturday may see the first wintry precipitation of the Autumn with snow on the moors Saturday afternoon. However this is very uncertain at this moment in time. Pollution levels: low.  Monday evening: A dry evening with some early sunshine before it goes dark. Winds a light westerly. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1035mb falling. Winds overnight increasing to gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Remaining dry falling from 10C to 6C to 8C. So either side of average temperature wise.    Tuesday: A gentle to moderate west north westerly breeze continuing. An average to mild start with temperatures 8C to 10C. Sunny spells all day and another cool to average day with temperatures peaking at 12C to 14C. Winds in the afternoon becoming a moderate to fresh breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb steady. Overnight low a very mild 11C to 13C. Another dry night. Winds moderating back toa  gentle breeze by the early hours. Wednesday: Winds a gentle west north westerly breeze. Very mild at 12C to 14C and dry once again. Sunny spells all day. An average to mild day Max temp 14C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1026mb steady. A dry night with an overnight low of 6C to 8C so either side of average and dry once again. Winds becoming a light to gentle west north westerly breeze. Thursday: Sunny spells and light west north westerly breeze to welcome the day in. Close to average at 7C to 9C. Winds backing to a gentle westerly breeze and despite the sunny spells a cold to cool day at 11C to 13C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb falling. Cloud increasing overnight but staying dry with winds becoming a gentle west south westerly. Overnight low 7C to 9C. Friday: Some light rain at first with a gentle west north westerly breeze and temperatures 8C to10C. Dry by mid morning with sunny spells and cold as the winds back north westerly and increase to a moderate breeze. A cold day with temperatures staying at 10C to 12C as the winds moderate back to a gentle breeze in the evening. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising,  Winds backing to a north north westerly. Staying dry but cold. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a cold night with a ground frost. Saturday: A shock to the system as the weekend dawns on a cold frosty start with a gentle north westerly breeze and temperatures 2C to 4C. Dry with sunny spells in the morning however a small risk of some rain in the afternoon falling as snow on the moors. The winds increasing to a moderate to fresh north north westerly. The rain and hill snow lasting into the early evening. Max temperature  a very cold 4C to 6C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising slowly a cold night 3C to 5C. Winds becoming a moderate north north westerly by the early hours.
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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

Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31

Weather Forecast for the next Five days Updated

22/10/18 at 18:15pm. Valid from 18:15hrs Monday

to 03:00hrs Sunday

General Synopsis 

High pressure will be in control for the next three except for Northern Scotland. The rest of the country should see dry settled spell of weather with some mild nights at first before turning cooler. Generally the day time temperatures will be just below normal. There will also be some fog patches around in the south of the country which maybe slow to clear. Towards the end of the period the high will retrogress westward allowing a northerly air flow to take hold over the country as pressure falls over Norway and Europe. It will cold enough for Snow on the Northern Hills and night frosts becoming widespread

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A dry settled outlook until the early hours of Friday as a strong area of high pressure controls the weather. Turning milder briefly Tuesday into Wednesday before the slow the cool down starts with it turning very cold overnight Friday into Saturday. Saturday may see the first wintry precipitation of the Autumn with snow on the moors Saturday afternoon. However this is very uncertain at this moment in time. Pollution levels: low.  Monday evening: A dry evening with some early sunshine before it goes dark. Winds a light westerly. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1035mb falling. Winds overnight increasing to gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Remaining dry falling from 10C to 6C to 8C. So either side of average temperature wise.    Tuesday: A gentle to moderate west north westerly breeze continuing. An average to mild start with temperatures 8C to 10C. Sunny spells all day and another cool to average day with temperatures peaking at 12C to 14C. Winds in the afternoon becoming a moderate to fresh breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb steady. Overnight low a very mild 11C to 13C. Another dry night. Winds moderating back toa  gentle breeze by the early hours. Wednesday: Winds a gentle west north westerly breeze. Very mild at 12C to 14C and dry once again. Sunny spells all day. An average to mild day Max temp 14C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1026mb steady. A dry night with an overnight low of 6C to 8C so either side of average and dry once again. Winds becoming a light to gentle west north westerly breeze. Thursday: Sunny spells and light west north westerly breeze to welcome the day in. Close to average at 7C to 9C. Winds backing to a gentle westerly breeze and despite the sunny spells a cold to cool day at 11C to 13C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb falling. Cloud increasing overnight but staying dry with winds becoming a gentle west south westerly. Overnight low 7C to 9C. Friday: Some light rain at first with a gentle west north westerly breeze and temperatures 8C to10C. Dry by mid morning with sunny spells and cold as the winds back north westerly and increase to a moderate breeze. A cold day with temperatures staying at 10C to 12C as the winds moderate back to a gentle breeze in the evening. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising,  Winds backing to a north north westerly. Staying dry but cold. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a cold night with a ground frost. Saturday: A shock to the system as the weekend dawns on a cold frosty start with a gentle north westerly breeze and temperatures 2C to 4C. Dry with sunny spells in the morning however a small risk of some rain in the afternoon falling as snow on the moors. The winds increasing to a moderate to fresh north north westerly. The rain and hill snow lasting into the early evening. Max temperature  a very cold 4C to 6C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising slowly a cold night 3C to 5C. Winds becoming a moderate north north westerly by the early hours.
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

Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31

Weather Forecast for the next Five

days Updated 22/10/18 at 18:15pm.

Valid from 18:15hrs Monday to

03:00hrs Sunday

General Synopsis 

High pressure will be in control for the next three except for Northern Scotland. The rest of the country should see dry settled spell of weather with some mild nights at first before turning cooler. Generally the day time temperatures will be just below normal. There will also be some fog patches around in the south of the country which maybe slow to clear. Towards the end of the period the high will retrogress westward allowing a northerly air flow to take hold over the country as pressure falls over Norway and Europe. It will cold enough for Snow on the Northern Hills and night frosts becoming widespread

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A dry settled outlook until the early hours of Friday as a strong area of high pressure controls the weather. Turning milder briefly Tuesday into Wednesday before the slow the cool down starts with it turning very cold overnight Friday into Saturday. Saturday may see the first wintry precipitation of the Autumn with snow on the moors Saturday afternoon. However this is very uncertain at this moment in time. Pollution levels: low.  Monday evening: A dry evening with some early sunshine before it goes dark. Winds a light westerly. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1035mb falling. Winds overnight increasing to gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Remaining dry falling from 10C to 6C to 8C. So either side of average temperature wise.    Tuesday: A gentle to moderate west north westerly breeze continuing. An average to mild start with temperatures 8C to 10C. Sunny spells all day and another cool to average day with temperatures peaking at 12C to 14C. Winds in the afternoon becoming a moderate to fresh breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1028mb steady. Overnight low a very mild 11C to 13C. Another dry night. Winds moderating back toa  gentle breeze by the early hours. Wednesday: Winds a gentle west north westerly breeze. Very mild at 12C to 14C and dry once again. Sunny spells all day. An average to mild day Max temp 14C to 16C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1026mb steady. A dry night with an overnight low of 6C to 8C so either side of average and dry once again. Winds becoming a light to gentle west north westerly breeze. Thursday: Sunny spells and light west north westerly breeze to welcome the day in. Close to average at 7C to 9C. Winds backing to a gentle westerly breeze and despite the sunny spells a cold to cool day at 11C to 13C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1018mb falling. Cloud increasing overnight but staying dry with winds becoming a gentle west south westerly. Overnight low 7C to 9C. Friday: Some light rain at first with a gentle west north westerly breeze and temperatures 8C to10C. Dry by mid morning with sunny spells and cold as the winds back north westerly and increase to a moderate breeze. A cold day with temperatures staying at 10C to 12C as the winds moderate back to a gentle breeze in the evening. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising,  Winds backing to a north north westerly. Staying dry but cold. Overnight low 2C to 4C so a cold night with a ground frost. Saturday: A shock to the system as the weekend dawns on a cold frosty start with a gentle north westerly breeze and temperatures 2C to 4C. Dry with sunny spells in the morning however a small risk of some rain in the afternoon falling as snow on the moors. The winds increasing to a moderate to fresh north north westerly. The rain and hill snow lasting into the early evening. Max temperature  a very cold 4C to 6C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1012mb rising slowly a cold night 3C to 5C. Winds becoming a moderate north north westerly by the early hours.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the  Met office.