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Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for the

next Five days Updated 10/12/19 at 18:15pm. Valid from

18:15hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A trend towards colder conditions with areas in the peak district seeing Snow Wednesday and Thursday and perhaps to slightly lower levels over the weekend. Windy at times more notably Friday with the winds easing over the weekend. Ground frost is likely to be a problem later on in the week. Pollution levels: Low. Pollen Count: N/A Tuesday evening and night: A very mild breezy evening with heavy rain and squally winds at times. Temperatures 11C. Winds a moderate to fresh south south westerly at first backing to a moderate to fresh westerly breeze with gusts to 50mph.Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling rapidly. The heavy rain turning lighter around the end of the evening then lasting until midnight before clearing away. A mild to very mild night at 4C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle west south westerly breeze by morning. Wednesday: Dry fresher feeling to begin the day with. Winds a light to gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 7C. A dry morning with sunny spells but late in the afternoon a few heavy showers crossing from the west. These may fall as Snow in the peak district. Temperatures hardly changed at 6C to 7C. Winds in the afternoon a light to gentle west south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising slowly. The showers quickly dying away and a dry frosty night to come. Winds backing to a light to gentle west south westerly overnight. A cold to cool night at 1C to 2C and a ground frost in sheltered spots. Thursday: A dry cold start with a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 3C. A dry morning a few sunny spells early on but cloud building as the morning goes on. Rain arriving during the afternoon proceeded by Snow on the highest ground in the peak district for a time. Becoming breezy by midday with a gentle to moderate south south easterly breeze. Moderate to heavy rain by mid afternoon. A cold day with temperatures at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 974mb falling slowly. Winds in the evening becoming a light south easterly breeze. Heavy rain easing slightly during the evening but persisting all through the night the evening. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze by morning. A cool to average night at 5C to 6C. Friday: A wet windy start with moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a light west north westerly by mid morning as the rain starts to ease clearing by midday. A dry afternoon with sunny spells and winds backing to a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cool to average day at 7C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 982mb falling slowly. After a dry evening bu rain arriving in the first part of the night. Winds becoming a moderate westerly breeze as the rain becomes heavy by the early hours with some hill snow possible. A cold night at 1C to 2C. Saturday: A wet start with rain and hill Snow. Winds a gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Temperatures 3C to 4C. Rain and hill Snow clearing by mid morning then a dry spell before fresh west south westerly winds bring wintry showers to the western areas close to the moors a few may push further east as light rain showers before dying away by mid afternoon. A cold day max temp 3C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 986mb rising slowly. Winds easing and a dry evening. Light to moderate rain with hill Snow arriving after midnight with winds a light south south westerly by the early hours. A cold night with a widespread ground frost as temperatures fall to 0C to 2C. Sunday: Wet with rain and hill Snow to begin Sunday with. Winds a gentle west south westerly breeze. Any rain and hill snow clearing by mid morning then a day of isolated wintry showers and sunny spells as winds become a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cold day at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. A dry evening and night with a ground frost in places. Winds backing to a gentle south westerly breeze by morning.
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

Sheffield and Rotherham Weather Forecast for

the next Five days Updated 10/12/19 at 18:15pm.

Valid from 18:15hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A trend towards colder conditions with areas in the peak district seeing Snow Wednesday and Thursday and perhaps to slightly lower levels over the weekend. Windy at times more notably Friday with the winds easing over the weekend. Ground frost is likely to be a problem later on in the week. Pollution levels: Low. Pollen Count: N/A Tuesday evening and night: A very mild breezy evening with heavy rain and squally winds at times. Temperatures 11C. Winds a moderate to fresh south south westerly at first backing to a moderate to fresh westerly breeze with gusts to 50mph.Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling rapidly. The heavy rain turning lighter around the end of the evening then lasting until midnight before clearing away. A mild to very mild night at 4C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle west south westerly breeze by morning. Wednesday: Dry fresher feeling to begin the day with. Winds a light to gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 7C. A dry morning with sunny spells but late in the afternoon a few heavy showers crossing from the west. These may fall as Snow in the peak district. Temperatures hardly changed at 6C to 7C. Winds in the afternoon a light to gentle west south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising slowly. The showers quickly dying away and a dry frosty night to come. Winds backing to a light to gentle west south westerly overnight. A cold to cool night at 1C to 2C and a ground frost in sheltered spots. Thursday: A dry cold start with a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 3C. A dry morning a few sunny spells early on but cloud building as the morning goes on. Rain arriving during the afternoon proceeded by Snow on the highest ground in the peak district for a time. Becoming breezy by midday with a gentle to moderate south south easterly breeze. Moderate to heavy rain by mid afternoon. A cold day with temperatures at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 974mb falling slowly. Winds in the evening becoming a light south easterly breeze. Heavy rain easing slightly during the evening but persisting all through the night the evening. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze by morning. A cool to average night at 5C to 6C. Friday: A wet windy start with moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a light west north westerly by mid morning as the rain starts to ease clearing by midday. A dry afternoon with sunny spells and winds backing to a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cool to average day at 7C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 982mb falling slowly. After a dry evening bu rain arriving in the first part of the night. Winds becoming a moderate westerly breeze as the rain becomes heavy by the early hours with some hill snow possible. A cold night at 1C to 2C. Saturday: A wet start with rain and hill Snow. Winds a gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Temperatures 3C to 4C. Rain and hill Snow clearing by mid morning then a dry spell before fresh west south westerly winds bring wintry showers to the western areas close to the moors a few may push further east as light rain showers before dying away by mid afternoon. A cold day max temp 3C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 986mb rising slowly. Winds easing and a dry evening. Light to moderate rain with hill Snow arriving after midnight with winds a light south south westerly by the early hours. A cold night with a widespread ground frost as temperatures fall to 0C to 2C. Sunday: Wet with rain and hill Snow to begin Sunday with. Winds a gentle west south westerly breeze. Any rain and hill snow clearing by mid morning then a day of isolated wintry showers and sunny spells as winds become a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cold day at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. A dry evening and night with a ground frost in places. Winds backing to a gentle south westerly breeze by morning.
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

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Sheffield and Rotherham Weather

Forecast for the next Five days

Updated 10/12/19 at 18:15pm. Valid

from 18:15hrs Tuesday to 03:00hrs

Monday.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

A trend towards colder conditions with areas in the peak district seeing Snow Wednesday and Thursday and perhaps to slightly lower levels over the weekend. Windy at times more notably Friday with the winds easing over the weekend. Ground frost is likely to be a problem later on in the week. Pollution levels: Low. Pollen Count: N/A Tuesday evening and night: A very mild breezy evening with heavy rain and squally winds at times. Temperatures 11C. Winds a moderate to fresh south south westerly at first backing to a moderate to fresh westerly breeze with gusts to 50mph.Barometer at 18:00hrs 990mb falling rapidly. The heavy rain turning lighter around the end of the evening then lasting until midnight before clearing away. A mild to very mild night at 4C to 6C. Winds easing to a gentle west south westerly breeze by morning. Wednesday: Dry fresher feeling to begin the day with. Winds a light to gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 7C. A dry morning with sunny spells but late in the afternoon a few heavy showers crossing from the west. These may fall as Snow in the peak district. Temperatures hardly changed at 6C to 7C. Winds in the afternoon a light to gentle west south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising slowly. The showers quickly dying away and a dry frosty night to come. Winds backing to a light to gentle west south westerly overnight. A cold to cool night at 1C to 2C and a ground frost in sheltered spots. Thursday: A dry cold start with a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 3C. A dry morning a few sunny spells early on but cloud building as the morning goes on. Rain arriving during the afternoon proceeded by Snow on the highest ground in the peak district for a time. Becoming breezy by midday with a gentle to moderate south south easterly breeze. Moderate to heavy rain by mid afternoon. A cold day with temperatures at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 974mb falling slowly. Winds in the evening becoming a light south easterly breeze. Heavy rain easing slightly during the evening but persisting all through the night the evening. Winds becoming a moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze by morning. A cool to average night at 5C to 6C. Friday: A wet windy start with moderate to fresh west north westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. Winds easing to a light west north westerly by mid morning as the rain starts to ease clearing by midday. A dry afternoon with sunny spells and winds backing to a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cool to average day at 7C to 9C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 982mb falling slowly. After a dry evening bu rain arriving in the first part of the night. Winds becoming a moderate westerly breeze as the rain becomes heavy by the early hours with some hill snow possible. A cold night at 1C to 2C. Saturday: A wet start with rain and hill Snow. Winds a gentle to moderate westerly breeze. Temperatures 3C to 4C. Rain and hill Snow clearing by mid morning then a dry spell before fresh west south westerly winds bring wintry showers to the western areas close to the moors a few may push further east as light rain showers before dying away by mid afternoon. A cold day max temp 3C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 986mb rising slowly. Winds easing and a dry evening. Light to moderate rain with hill Snow arriving after midnight with winds a light south south westerly by the early hours. A cold night with a widespread ground frost as temperatures fall to 0C to 2C. Sunday: Wet with rain and hill Snow to begin Sunday with. Winds a gentle west south westerly breeze. Any rain and hill snow clearing by mid morning then a day of isolated wintry showers and sunny spells as winds become a gentle to moderate west south westerly breeze. A cold day at 4C to 5C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 994mb rising slowly. A dry evening and night with a ground frost in places. Winds backing to a gentle south westerly breeze by morning.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the Met office.