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Sheffield Weather Page

Five Day Forecast for Sheffield

Weather Forecast for the next Five days Updated

15/12/18 at 17:15pm. Valid from 17:15hrs Saturday to

03:00hrs Friday

General Synopsis for the UK 

Low pressure based of the south of Iceland will push gradually milder air and rain across the country through out the week. Windy at times especially so in the west and north west of the UK. A mild week after a cold start to the weekend.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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.  Pollution levels: low.  Saturday Evening: Freezing rain mostly light will slowly become less of an issue as temperatures rise overnight. Winds a gentle south south easterly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1000mb falling. Any ice thawing as rain clears around midnight. Temperatures peaking at 4C to 6C. So a mild night in the end. Winds briefly becoming a moderate to west south westerly breeze after midnight but soon becoming a gentle west south westerly breeze by the early hours. Sunday: A mild dry start with a gentle west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. The day mostly dry with sunny spells with winds backing to gentle south south westerly breeze by midday. Increasing clouds later in the afternoon but remaining dry. A cold day with temperatures hardly changing from the morning values. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb rising. Winds backing to a light southerly with some showers pushing east during the evening perhaps wintry over high ground. Later in the night winds back to a west south westerly breeze. A rather cold to average night overnight. low 2C to 3C with a ground frost and icy patches by the morning, Monday: A fresh sunny start with light west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 4C. A dry day with sunny spells and on the cold to cool side at 5C to 7C. Winds backing to a gentle southerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1014mb falling slowly. Light showery rain arriving later in the night  as winds become a gentle southerly breeze. The showers dying away in the early hours Temperatures rising to 9C to 10C. Tuesday: Mild, dry and windy with a gentle south south easterly breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain arriving around lunchtime and becoming more persistent during the afternoon. Temperatures hardly changing during the day so a very mild day. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising. Rain clearing during the early hours. Winds becoming a gentle south westerly and temperatures falling back to a mild 6C to 8C. Wednesday: Mild dry with gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. Dry with sunny spells all day and rather cold to average by day max temp 6C to 8C. Winds becoming a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb rising slowly. Dry overnight and mild as temperatures fall to 4C to 6C. Thursday: Mild with gentle west south westerly breeze and cloudy. Temperatures 5C to 6C to start the day with. A dry day with sunny spells and rather cold to cool day as  temperatures peak at 6C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb and falling. Rain arriving by midnight with gentle to moderate southerly breeze these backing to a moderate to fresh south westerly with gusts to 50 mph. Turning very mild at 10C to 11C.
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

15/12/18 at 17:15pm. Valid from 17:15hrs

Saturday to 03:00hrs Friday

General Synopsis for the UK 

Low pressure based of the south of Iceland will push gradually milder air and rain across the country through out the week. Windy at times especially so in the west and north west of the UK. A mild week after a cold start to the weekend.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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.  Pollution levels: low.  Saturday Evening: Freezing rain mostly light will slowly become less of an issue as temperatures rise overnight. Winds a gentle south south easterly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1000mb falling. Any ice thawing as rain clears around midnight. Temperatures peaking at 4C to 6C. So a mild night in the end. Winds briefly becoming a moderate to west south westerly breeze after midnight but soon becoming a gentle west south westerly breeze by the early hours. Sunday: A mild dry start with a gentle west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. The day mostly dry with sunny spells with winds backing to gentle south south westerly breeze by midday. Increasing clouds later in the afternoon but remaining dry. A cold day with temperatures hardly changing from the morning values. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb rising. Winds backing to a light southerly with some showers pushing east during the evening perhaps wintry over high ground. Later in the night winds back to a west south westerly breeze. A rather cold to average night overnight. low 2C to 3C with a ground frost and icy patches by the morning, Monday: A fresh sunny start with light west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 4C. A dry day with sunny spells and on the cold to cool side at 5C to 7C. Winds backing to a gentle southerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1014mb falling slowly. Light showery rain arriving later in the night  as winds become a gentle southerly breeze. The showers dying away in the early hours Temperatures rising to 9C to 10C. Tuesday: Mild, dry and windy with a gentle south south easterly breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain arriving around lunchtime and becoming more persistent during the afternoon. Temperatures hardly changing during the day so a very mild day. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising. Rain clearing during the early hours. Winds becoming a gentle south westerly and temperatures falling back to a mild 6C to 8C. Wednesday: Mild dry with gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. Dry with sunny spells all day and rather cold to average by day max temp 6C to 8C. Winds becoming a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb rising slowly. Dry overnight and mild as temperatures fall to 4C to 6C. Thursday: Mild with gentle west south westerly breeze and cloudy. Temperatures 5C to 6C to start the day with. A dry day with sunny spells and rather cold to cool day as  temperatures peak at 6C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb and falling. Rain arriving by midnight with gentle to moderate southerly breeze these backing to a moderate to fresh south westerly with gusts to 50 mph. Turning very mild at 10C to 11C.
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 15/12/18 at 17:15pm.

Valid from 17:15hrs Saturday to

03:00hrs Friday

General Synopsis for the UK 

Low pressure based of the south of Iceland will push gradually milder air and rain across the country through out the week. Windy at times especially so in the west and north west of the UK. A mild week after a cold start to the weekend.

Sheffield and Rotherham Local area Forecast

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.  Pollution levels: low.  Saturday Evening: Freezing rain mostly light will slowly become less of an issue as temperatures rise overnight. Winds a gentle south south easterly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1000mb falling. Any ice thawing as rain clears around midnight. Temperatures peaking at 4C to 6C. So a mild night in the end. Winds briefly becoming a moderate to west south westerly breeze after midnight but soon becoming a gentle west south westerly breeze by the early hours. Sunday: A mild dry start with a gentle west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 5C to 6C. The day mostly dry with sunny spells with winds backing to gentle south south westerly breeze by midday. Increasing clouds later in the afternoon but remaining dry. A cold day with temperatures hardly changing from the morning values. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1006mb rising. Winds backing to a light southerly with some showers pushing east during the evening perhaps wintry over high ground. Later in the night winds back to a west south westerly breeze. A rather cold to average night overnight. low 2C to 3C with a ground frost and icy patches by the morning, Monday: A fresh sunny start with light west south westerly breeze. Temperatures 2C to 4C. A dry day with sunny spells and on the cold to cool side at 5C to 7C. Winds backing to a gentle southerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00 hrs 1014mb falling slowly. Light showery rain arriving later in the night  as winds become a gentle southerly breeze. The showers dying away in the early hours Temperatures rising to 9C to 10C. Tuesday: Mild, dry and windy with a gentle south south easterly breeze. Temperatures 9C to 10C. Rain arriving around lunchtime and becoming more persistent during the afternoon. Temperatures hardly changing during the day so a very mild day. Barometer at 18:00hrs 998mb rising. Rain clearing during the early hours. Winds becoming a gentle south westerly and temperatures falling back to a mild 6C to 8C. Wednesday: Mild dry with gentle south westerly breeze. Temperatures 6C to 8C. Dry with sunny spells all day and rather cold to average by day max temp 6C to 8C. Winds becoming a light to gentle south south westerly breeze. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1008mb rising slowly. Dry overnight and mild as temperatures fall to 4C to 6C. Thursday: Mild with gentle west south westerly breeze and cloudy. Temperatures 5C to 6C to start the day with. A dry day with sunny spells and rather cold to cool day as  temperatures peak at 6C to 7C. Barometer at 18:00hrs 1014mb and falling. Rain arriving by midnight with gentle to moderate southerly breeze these backing to a moderate to fresh south westerly with gusts to 50 mph. Turning very mild at 10C to 11C.
Forecasts derived from the GFS, UKMO FAX, ECMWF 12:00 runs and the  Met office.