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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 21/01/21 at 17:45hrs. Valid from

17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A more unsettled outlook tonight. Some showery activity Saturday afternoon with Snow in the hills and a period of more general rain, sleet and Snow Sunday afternoon and evening. Monday sees dry settled weather while late Tuesday sees the brief battle between the cold and mild air with the cold air briefly winning. However Wednesday sees mild air push easily through with some more heavy rain overnight. Marking a spell of milder unsettled weather although early spring seems of the cards again. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with fair bit of cloud around. Temperatures 3C. Winds a light SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 989mb rising. The dry night with clear spells developing and a widespread frost later and also a possible air frost in places. Overnight low -1C to 1C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry cold morning with increasing cloud. The afternoon seeing some light showers of rain, sleet and hill Snow but also some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost forming. Winds a light WSW breeze and overnight low -2C to 0C. Sunday: Dry with clear spells. Winds a light S breeze and temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry morning with sunny spells at first turning generally cloudy as time goes on. The afternoon sees some rain, sleet and high snow by mid afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 2C to 4C. Winds a light ESE breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A wintry evening with sleet and snow the snow getting down to lower levels for a time before clearing away south eastward by the end of the evening. A dry night with clearing skies and frost and icy patches developing. Overnight low a cold -2C to -1C. Winds a light NNE breeze by morning. Monday: Dry with clear spells and a ground frost and possible air frost. Winds a light ad variable breeze. Temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry day with sunny spells throughout. Temperatures a very cold 2C to 3C. Winds a light to gentle W breeze. Barometer at 18:00 1004mb rising slowly. A dry evening with clear spells. The night dry with clear spells with frost and icy patches. Overnight temperatures 0C to 1C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Tuesday: Dry and frosty with a light W breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry morning and afternoon with sunny spells but cloudy increasing late in the afternoon. Temperatures 4C to 5C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb steady. Light rain, sleet and hill snow quickly arriving turning to rain or sleet except on the highest ground. Rain clearing after midnight then dry with clearing skies Overnight high 0C to 1C. Winds a light and variable breeze. Wednesday: Dy start with some patchy cloud but also clear spells. Winds a light ESE breeze and temperatures 2C. Any sunny spells earlier in the morning then rain, sleet and proceeded by a brief spell of snow in the peak district arriving by mid afternoon. Temperates a very cold 3C to 4C. Winds alight SSE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling. A wet evening with light to moderate rain turning heavy from the end of the evening to midnight then clearing quickly to the east by morning, Winds alight to gentle WSW breeze. A very mild night at 7C to 8C.
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 21/01/21 at 17:45hrs.

Valid from 17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A more unsettled outlook tonight. Some showery activity Saturday afternoon with Snow in the hills and a period of more general rain, sleet and Snow Sunday afternoon and evening. Monday sees dry settled weather while late Tuesday sees the brief battle between the cold and mild air with the cold air briefly winning. However Wednesday sees mild air push easily through with some more heavy rain overnight. Marking a spell of milder unsettled weather although early spring seems of the cards again. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with fair bit of cloud around. Temperatures 3C. Winds a light SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 989mb rising. The dry night with clear spells developing and a widespread frost later and also a possible air frost in places. Overnight low - 1C to 1C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry cold morning with increasing cloud. The afternoon seeing some light showers of rain, sleet and hill Snow but also some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost forming. Winds a light WSW breeze and overnight low -2C to 0C. Sunday: Dry with clear spells. Winds a light S breeze and temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry morning with sunny spells at first turning generally cloudy as time goes on. The afternoon sees some rain, sleet and high snow by mid afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 2C to 4C. Winds a light ESE breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A wintry evening with sleet and snow the snow getting down to lower levels for a time before clearing away south eastward by the end of the evening. A dry night with clearing skies and frost and icy patches developing. Overnight low a cold -2C to -1C. Winds a light NNE breeze by morning. Monday: Dry with clear spells and a ground frost and possible air frost. Winds a light ad variable breeze. Temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry day with sunny spells throughout. Temperatures a very cold 2C to 3C. Winds a light to gentle W breeze. Barometer at 18:00 1004mb rising slowly. A dry evening with clear spells. The night dry with clear spells with frost and icy patches. Overnight temperatures 0C to 1C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Tuesday: Dry and frosty with a light W breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry morning and afternoon with sunny spells but cloudy increasing late in the afternoon. Temperatures 4C to 5C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb steady. Light rain, sleet and hill snow quickly arriving turning to rain or sleet except on the highest ground. Rain clearing after midnight then dry with clearing skies Overnight high 0C to 1C. Winds a light and variable breeze. Wednesday: Dy start with some patchy cloud but also clear spells. Winds a light ESE breeze and temperatures 2C. Any sunny spells earlier in the morning then rain, sleet and proceeded by a brief spell of snow in the peak district arriving by mid afternoon. Temperates a very cold 3C to 4C. Winds alight SSE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling. A wet evening with light to moderate rain turning heavy from the end of the evening to midnight then clearing quickly to the east by morning, Winds alight to gentle WSW breeze. A very mild night at 7C to 8C.
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 21/01/21 at 17:45hrs. Valid

from 17:45hrs Friday to 03:00hrs

Thursday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A more unsettled outlook tonight. Some showery activity Saturday afternoon with Snow in the hills and a period of more general rain, sleet and Snow Sunday afternoon and evening. Monday sees dry settled weather while late Tuesday sees the brief battle between the cold and mild air with the cold air briefly winning. However Wednesday sees mild air push easily through with some more heavy rain overnight. Marking a spell of milder unsettled weather although early spring seems of the cards again. Pollution levels: Low: Pollen Season Ended. Friday evening and night: A dry evening with fair bit of cloud around. Temperatures 3C. Winds a light SSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 989mb rising. The dry night with clear spells developing and a widespread frost later and also a possible air frost in places. Overnight low -1C to 1C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Saturday: A dry start with clear spells to start the weekend. Winds a light WNW breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry cold morning with increasing cloud. The afternoon seeing some light showers of rain, sleet and hill Snow but also some sunny spells. A very cold to cold day at 3C to 4C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A dry evening and night with clear spells and a widespread frost forming. Winds a light WSW breeze and overnight low -2C to 0C. Sunday: Dry with clear spells. Winds a light S breeze and temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry morning with sunny spells at first turning generally cloudy as time goes on. The afternoon sees some rain, sleet and high snow by mid afternoon. A very cold to cold day at 2C to 4C. Winds a light ESE breeze by mid afternoon. Barometer at 18:00hrs 992mb rising. A wintry evening with sleet and snow the snow getting down to lower levels for a time before clearing away south eastward by the end of the evening. A dry night with clearing skies and frost and icy patches developing. Overnight low a cold -2C to -1C. Winds a light NNE breeze by morning. Monday: Dry with clear spells and a ground frost and possible air frost. Winds a light ad variable breeze. Temperatures -1C to 0C. A dry day with sunny spells throughout. Temperatures a very cold 2C to 3C. Winds a light to gentle W breeze. Barometer at 18:00 1004mb rising slowly. A dry evening with clear spells. The night dry with clear spells with frost and icy patches. Overnight temperatures 0C to 1C. Winds a light WNW breeze. Tuesday: Dry and frosty with a light W breeze. Temperatures 1C to 2C. A dry morning and afternoon with sunny spells but cloudy increasing late in the afternoon. Temperatures 4C to 5C. Winds a light WSW breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb steady. Light rain, sleet and hill snow quickly arriving turning to rain or sleet except on the highest ground. Rain clearing after midnight then dry with clearing skies Overnight high 0C to 1C. Winds a light and variable breeze. Wednesday: Dy start with some patchy cloud but also clear spells. Winds a light ESE breeze and temperatures 2C. Any sunny spells earlier in the morning then rain, sleet and proceeded by a brief spell of snow in the peak district arriving by mid afternoon. Temperates a very cold 3C to 4C. Winds alight SSE breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1002mb falling. A wet evening with light to moderate rain turning heavy from the end of the evening to midnight then clearing quickly to the east by morning, Winds alight to gentle WSW breeze. A very mild night at 7C to 8C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.