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Last Months Report

February was a warm month with weather at times more akin to late April or May than February. It was also a very dry month which also meant winter was a fairly dry one overall so we could have water shortages this summer. Despite the warmth February 2019 wasn't the warmest on record for Sheffield coming in joint 2nd. The warmest was 1998. The month started on a cold note with the first six days either well below normal or just below. The coldest day was the first of the month with a high of only 1.5C and a low of -5.5C. The nights were cold until 7th with every day producing an air frost. At the time if you said the month was going to be on the warm side I would have said you're mad. Winter really came to end on the 7th as night time temperatures rose above normal and stayed that way bar one night on the 12th There was only one day when the maximum failed to reach average values the rest were mostly well above. The first double figure high was on the 8th with 10.9C. Normally this would be high point of the month but not this year. A cool day on the 10th was followed by five days in double figures with the high being 13.5C on the 14th. 13.1 C followed on the 15th. Day time temperatures eased back a little despite this the average for the month crept above normal for the first time. On the 20th another spell of very warm weather started with 16C degrees on the 21st and then 17.5C on the 25th. The 26th was even warmer with 19.3C being the high. Temperatures dropped a little for the last two days preventing a plus 7C average for the month. Despite the warm spells it failed to be the warmest on record. The warmest night was on the 22nd when 7.5C was the low which is just above the average high for the day! Rainfall fell mainly from the 3rd to the 9th which brought the month to 28.9mm. Only another 2.4mm fell after the 9th so yet another dry month. Normally when a month is mild in winter it tends to be wet however the month was controlled by high pressure but this sat in the wrong place and fed mild to warm winds rather than cold easterly style of weather. Snow did fall on the 1st of the month leaving the last dusting on the winter. Again not measurable. There were two windy days with gusts to 56mph on the 8th and 54mph on the 9th. On the 9th winds averaged 25mph at the time of measuring and at times early on during the day reached gale force. There weren't any Thunderstorms or thundery showers during February. March looks starting just on the mild side and on the unsettled note with rain and strong winds at times. This changeable weather with some colder spells as well looks set to last at least for the first 15 days. There is a small chance that the brief colder spells will provide some rare snow and some night frosts. The change pattern looks set to continue into the third week before a high pressure builds over the continent bringing dry sunny spells with night time frosts and perhaps fog in places. The high persisting until the end of the month. Over all a wet month which will be welcome news for gardeners. Temperatures just above normal and some frost and still a chance of some snow in the short colder spells.         
Februarys Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.3C 39.7F Last Months; Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance 2.6C 4.7F
Average Max 7.3C 45.1F Last Months Average 10.9C 51.6F Differance 3.6C 6.5F
Average Min 1.2C 34.2F Last Months Average 3.xC 38.xF Differance 2.xC 4.xF
High Max 19.3C 66.7F On the 26th Feb Low Max 1.5C 34.7F On the 1st feb
High Min 7.5C 45.5F On the 22nd Feb Low Min -5.5C 22.1F On the 1st Feb
Number of Air Frosts 6 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 1 Days
Days of Rain > 0 12 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 3 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 2 Days
Average Rainfall> 60.1mm Last Months Average 32.3mm Differance from average 53.7%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

February was a warm month with weather at times more akin to late April or May than February. It was also a very dry month which also meant winter was a fairly dry one overall so we could have water shortages this summer. Despite the warmth February 2019 wasn't the warmest on record for Sheffield coming in joint 2nd. The warmest was 1998. The month started on a cold note with the first six days either well below normal or just below. The coldest day was the first of the month with a high of only 1.5C and a low of -5.5C. The nights were cold until 7th with every day producing an air frost. At the time if you said the month was going to be on the warm side I would have said you're mad. Winter really came to end on the 7th as night time temperatures rose above normal and stayed that way bar one night on the 12th There was only one day when the maximum failed to reach average values the rest were mostly well above. The first double figure high was on the 8th with 10.9C. Normally this would be high point of the month but not this year. A cool day on the 10th was followed by five days in double figures with the high being 13.5C on the 14th. 13.1 C followed on the 15th. Day time temperatures eased back a little despite this the average for the month crept above normal for the first time. On the 20th another spell of very warm weather started with 16C degrees on the 21st and then 17.5C on the 25th. The 26th was even warmer with 19.3C being the high. Temperatures dropped a little for the last two days preventing a plus 7C average for the month. Despite the warm spells it failed to be the warmest on record. The warmest night was on the 22nd when 7.5C was the low which is just above the average high for the day! Rainfall fell mainly from the 3rd to the 9th which brought the month to 28.9mm. Only another 2.4mm fell after the 9th so yet another dry month. Normally when a month is mild in winter it tends to be wet however the month was controlled by high pressure but this sat in the wrong place and fed mild to warm winds rather than cold easterly style of weather. Snow did fall on the 1st of the month leaving the last dusting on the winter. Again not measurable. There were two windy days with gusts to 56mph on the 8th and 54mph on the 9th. On the 9th winds averaged 25mph at the time of measuring and at times early on during the day reached gale force. There weren't any Thunderstorms or thundery showers during February. March looks starting just on the mild side and on the unsettled note with rain and strong winds at times. This changeable weather with some colder spells as well looks set to last at least for the first 15 days. There is a small chance that the brief colder spells will provide some rare snow and some night frosts. The change pattern looks set to continue into the third week before a high pressure builds over the continent bringing dry sunny spells with night time frosts and perhaps fog in places. The high persisting until the end of the month. Over all a wet month which will be welcome news for gardeners. Temperatures just above normal and some frost and still a chance of some snow in the short colder spells.         
February's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.3Csp;39.7/td> Last Months; Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance 2.6C 4.7F
Average Max 7.3C 45.1F Last Months Average 10.9C 51.6F Differance 3.6C 6.5F
Average Min 1.2C 34.2F Last Months Average 3.xC 38.xF Differance 2.xC 4.xF
High Max 19.3C 66.7F On the 26th Feb Low Max 1.5C 34.7F On the 1st Feb
High Min 7.5C 45.5F On the 22nd Feb Low Min -5.5C 22.1F On the 31st Feb
Number of Air Frosts 6 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 1 Days
Days of Rain > 0 12 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 3 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 2 Days
Average Rainfall> 60.1mm Last Months Average 32.3mm Differance from average 53.7%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

February was a warm month with weather at times more akin to late April or May than February. It was also a very dry month which also meant winter was a fairly dry one overall so we could have water shortages this summer. Despite the warmth February 2019 wasn't the warmest on record for Sheffield coming in joint 2nd. The warmest was 1998. The month started on a cold note with the first six days either well below normal or just below. The coldest day was the first of the month with a high of only 1.5C and a low of -5.5C. The nights were cold until 7th with every day producing an air frost. At the time if you said the month was going to be on the warm side I would have said you're mad. Winter really came to end on the 7th as night time temperatures rose above normal and stayed that way bar one night on the 12th There was only one day when the maximum failed to reach average values the rest were mostly well above. The first double figure high was on the 8th with 10.9C. Normally this would be high point of the month but not this year. A cool day on the 10th was followed by five days in double figures with the high being 13.5C on the 14th. 13.1 C followed on the 15th. Day time temperatures eased back a little despite this the average for the month crept above normal for the first time. On the 20th another spell of very warm weather started with 16C degrees on the 21st and then 17.5C on the 25th. The 26th was even warmer with 19.3C being the high. Temperatures dropped a little for the last two days preventing a plus 7C average for the month. Despite the warm spells it failed to be the warmest on record. The warmest night was on the 22nd when 7.5C was the low which is just above the average high for the day! Rainfall fell mainly from the 3rd to the 9th which brought the month to 28.9mm. Only another 2.4mm fell after the 9th so yet another dry month. Normally when a month is mild in winter it tends to be wet however the month was controlled by high pressure but this sat in the wrong place and fed mild to warm winds rather than cold easterly style of weather. Snow did fall on the 1st of the month leaving the last dusting on the winter. Again not measurable. There were two windy days with gusts to 56mph on the 8th and 54mph on the 9th. On the 9th winds averaged 25mph at the time of measuring and at times early on during the day reached gale force. There weren't any Thunderstorms or thundery showers during February. March looks starting just on the mild side and on the unsettled note with rain and strong winds at times. This changeable weather with some colder spells as well looks set to last at least for the first 15 days. There is a small chance that the brief colder spells will provide some rare snow and some night frosts. The change pattern looks set to continue into the third week before a high pressure builds over the continent bringing dry sunny spells with night time frosts and perhaps fog in places. The high persisting until the end of the month. Over all a wet month which will be welcome news for gardeners. Temperatures just above normal and some frost and still a chance of some snow in the short colder spells.         
February's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.3C 39.7F Last Months; Average 6.9C 44.4F Differance 2.6C 4.7F
Average Max 7.3C 45.1F Last Months Average 10.9C 51.6F Differance 3.6C 6.5F
Average Min 1.2C 34.2F Last Months Average 2.9C 37.2F Differance 1.7C 3.0F
High Max 19.3C 66.7F On the 26th Feb Low Max 1.5C 34.7F On the 1st Feb
High Min x.xC 4x.xF On the 1st Feb Low Min -5.5C 22.1F On the 1st Feb
Number of Air Frosts 5 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 1 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 5 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 2 Days
Average Rainfall> 60.1mm Last Months Average 32.3mm Differance from average 53.7%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31