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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December was an average month temperature wise while rainfall was below average. Over all it was storm free once more and generally a quite month. The left over cold spell from November quickly faded away as temperatures steadily rose getting into double figures by 6th and 7th. The Mild spell abruptly ended with it turning very cold from the 8th until 16th. Light Snow showers on the 8th and 9th and air frosts from the 9th to the 13th made it quiet a notable spell. The cold spell eased from the 16th although it still produced an air frost on the 17th. Temperatures start the a steady rise reaching double figures again on the 20th to the 22nd and again on the 24th and 25th. The warmest day was on the 20th with 12C being the high value. The coldest day was on the 10th where 0.2C was the high. The coldest night -2.9C on the 12th occurred through the first cold spell. A second spell occurred from the 26th to 29th bringing the temperatures back down to average. Once   again   the   month   was   a   dry   one   with   two   days   reaching   double   figures,   the   13th   and   the   29th     with 16mm and 16.2mm being recorded respectively.   The month lacked any stormy weather with the winds only reaching 50 mph once otherwise it was lower forties. . December did manage to bring some snow to the mix. At one time it looked like a major snow event would occur overnight on the 9th into the 10th but the system moved further south at the last minute leaving us with just light snow. However previously forecast by the models then dropped by them close to the day in question more Snow developed over the region on the afternoon of the 10th. This becoming moderate before finally dying out overnight leaving a slight covering which lasted 2 days. Snow fell on the six days from the 7th to the 10th and the 13th and 14th. Amber warnings were issued for the 29th which were unfounded with the Snow fall light to moderate bringing 4cm. The afternoon saw a thaw coupled with light rain meant that a full days cover wasn’t recorded. More Snow unforecast fell in the early hours of the 30th leaving a slight covering before a rapid rise in temperature removed most of the cover by 7:00 am. January will begin with temperatures about average slightly below by day but above by night. It will be unsettled with rain at times and breezy but no sign of any storms at the time of writing. The first weekend sees a possibility of colder weather with Hill snow and night time frosts. This also sees a brief north easterly with Wintry showers the showers easing towards the end of the week as the Atlantic comes in with some Snow before milder air returns. As the 2nd half of the month progress’s indications of a high pressure forming to the east establishing a cold dry continental flow. The high will slowly sink southward westward allowing milder air to return for the final week of the month. Overall a cool month with below average rainfall.
December's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F This Months; Average 4.7C 40.5F Differance 0.1C 0.2F
Average Max 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance -0.2C -0.4F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F This Months Average 2.4C 36.3F Differance 0.4C 0.7F
High Max 12.0C 5x.xF On the 20th December Low Max 0.2C 32.4F On the 10th December
High Min 9.0C 48.2F On the 25th December Low Min -2.9C 26.8F On the 12th December
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 11 Days
Days of Rain > 0 20 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December was an average month temperature wise while rainfall was below average. Over all it was storm free once more and generally a quite month. The left over cold spell from November quickly faded away as temperatures steadily rose getting into double figures by 6th and 7th. The Mild spell abruptly ended with it turning very cold from the 8th until 16th. Light Snow showers on the 8th and 9th and air frosts from the 9th to the 13th made it quiet a notable spell. The cold spell eased from the 16th although it still produced an air frost on the 17th. Temperatures start the a steady rise reaching double figures again on the 20th to the 22nd and again on the 24th and 25th. The warmest day was on the 20th with 12C being the high value. The coldest day was on the 10th where 0.2C was the high. The coldest night -2.9C on the 12th occurred through the first cold spell. A second spell occurred from the 26th to 29th bringing the temperatures back down to average. Once   again   the   month   was   a   dry   one   with   two   days   reaching   double   figures,   the   13th   and the 29th  with 16mm and 16.2mm being recorded respectively.   The month lacked any stormy weather with the winds only reaching 50 mph once otherwise it was lower forties. . December did manage to bring some snow to the mix. At one time it looked like a major snow event would occur overnight on the 9th into the 10th but the system moved further south at the last minute leaving us with just light snow. However previously forecast by the models then dropped by them close to the day in question more Snow developed over the region on the afternoon of the 10th. This becoming moderate before finally dying out overnight leaving a slight covering which lasted 2 days. Snow fell on the six days from the 7th to the 10th and the 13th and 14th. Amber warnings were issued for the 29th which were unfounded with the Snow fall light to moderate bringing 4cm. The afternoon saw a thaw coupled with light rain meant that a full days cover wasn’t recorded. More Snow unforecast fell in the early hours of the 30th leaving a slight covering before a rapid rise in temperature removed most of the cover by 7:00 am. January will begin with temperatures about average slightly below by day but above by night. It will be unsettled with rain at times and breezy but no sign of any storms at the time of writing. The first weekend sees a possibility of colder weather with Hill snow and night time frosts. This also sees a brief north easterly with Wintry showers the showers easing towards the end of the week as the Atlantic comes in with some Snow before milder air returns. As the 2nd half of the month progress’s indications of a high pressure forming to the east establishing a cold dry continental flow. The high will slowly sink southward westward allowing milder air to return for the final week of the month. Overall a cool month with below average rainfall.
Decembers Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F This Months; Average 4.7C 40.5F Differance 0.1C 0.2F
Average Max 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance -0.2C -0.4F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F This Months Average 2.4C 36.3F Differance 0.4cC 0.7F
High Max 12.0C 53.6F On the 20th Dec Low Max 0.2C 32.4F On the 10th Dec
High Min 9.0C 48.2F On the 25th Dec Low Min -2.9C 26.8F On the 12th Dec
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 11 Days
Days of Rain > 0 20 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December was an average month temperature wise while rainfall was below average. Over all it was storm free once more and generally a quite month. The left over cold spell from November quickly faded away as temperatures steadily rose getting into double figures by 6th and 7th. The Mild spell abruptly ended with it turning very cold from the 8th until 16th. Light Snow showers on the 8th and 9th and air frosts from the 9th to the 13th made it quiet a notable spell. The cold spell eased from the 16th although it still produced an air frost on the 17th. Temperatures start the a steady rise reaching double figures again on the 20th to the 22nd and again on the 24th and 25th. The warmest day was on the 20th with 12C being the high value. The coldest day was on the 10th where 0.2C was the high. The coldest night -2.9C on the 12th occurred through the first cold spell. A second spell occurred from the 26th to 29th bringing the temperatures back down to average. Once    again    the    month    was    a    dry    one    with    two    days    reaching double   figures,   the   13th   and   the   29th      with   16mm   and   16.2mm being recorded respectively.   The month lacked any stormy weather with the winds only reaching 50 mph once otherwise it was lower forties. . December did manage to bring some snow to the mix. At one time it looked like a major snow event would occur overnight on the 9th into the 10th but the system moved further south at the last minute leaving us with just light snow. However previously forecast by the models then dropped by them close to the day in question more Snow developed over the region on the afternoon of the 10th. This becoming moderate before finally dying out overnight leaving a slight covering which lasted 2 days. Snow fell on the six days from the 7th to the 10th and the 13th and 14th. Amber warnings were issued for the 29th which were unfounded with the Snow fall light to moderate bringing 4cm. The afternoon saw a thaw coupled with light rain meant that a full days cover wasn’t recorded. More Snow unforecast fell in the early hours of the 30th leaving a slight covering before a rapid rise in temperature removed most of the cover by 7:00 am. January will begin with temperatures about average slightly below by day but above by night. It will be unsettled with rain at times and breezy but no sign of any storms at the time of writing. The first weekend sees a possibility of colder weather with Hill snow and night time frosts. This also sees a brief north easterly with Wintry showers the showers easing towards the end of the week as the Atlantic comes in with some Snow before milder air returns. As the 2nd half of the month progress’s indications of a high pressure forming to the east establishing a cold dry continental flow. The high will slowly sink southward westward allowing milder air to return for the final week of the month. Overall a cool month with below average rainfall.
Decembers Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F This Months; Average 4.7C 40.5F Differance 0.1C 0.2F
Average Max 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance -0.2C -0.4F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F This Months Average 2.4C 36.3F Differance 0.4cC 0.7F
High Max 12.0C 53.6F On the 20th Dec Low Max 0.2C 32.4F On the 10th Dec
High Min 9.0C 48.2F On the 25th Dec Low Min -2.9C 26.8F On the 12th Dec
Number of Air Frosts 8 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 11 Days
Days of Rain > 0 20 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 18 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 7 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31