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Last Months Report

December marked the end of the cool months with a return to milder conditions resulting in a month with above normal temperatures. Rainfall came in below to average. Overall the month was uneventful with the only notable feature being the complete absence of any Snow and strong winds. The month kicked off on a cold note with some air frosts and day time temperatures being a couple of degrees below average.The 1st was the joint coldest day of the month tied with the 14th. By the 5th it turned mild with temperatures by day in double figures until the 7th. The warmest day was in this period with 12.1C being reached on the 6th. The warmest night 7.6C followed on the 7th. After a mild day on the 10th when 11.4C was recorded it turned colder which lasted 18th. This period recorded the joint 1st 2nd coldest days 4.3C and 4.5C respectively. It also managed another air frost. It turned milder from the 19th although the day started with an air frost before reaching double figures during the day. The month continued on a generally mild note helped by mild nights at first then double digit day time temperatures towards the months end. The month when it ceased to rain and rain. The first nine days had little in the way of rain just 7mm and 5.2 of these fell on one day the 7th. A wet period was from the 10th to the 13th when 33.9mm fell in four days. The notable days being the 10th with 12mm and the 13th with 12.5mm. Rainfall didn't reach double figures again during the rest of the month and this coupled with a dry end to the month led to a below average month overall. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 43mph on the 10th although it felt and sounded windier than this. However the month was generally quiet regardless. There wasn't and Snow or Thundery activity during October. The lack of Snow this time wasn't surprising as the upper air conditions never supported Snowfall when weather fronts pushed into colder air. The best we managed was some sleet on the 14th. Milder conditions meant from the 18th made December a Snow free month. We did manage four air frosts through the month though. January looks set to start of on a average to mild note as the dreaded Bartlett high forms over Europe this will briefly pull back allowing a plunge of cold air push south eastward for the 1st weekend. This leading to frost but will at least be dry with sunshine. By Sunday the high pressure begins reassert itself allowing milder air to return although with this milder air there will be plenty of cloud around with hill fog and drizzle. The 2nd weekend sees a return of cooler air with temperatures close to or just below by day and average to above by night. During this period there will be little in the way of rain. The 2nd half of the month sees high pressure high to the south and a stream of low pressures pushing east across the Atlantic. This will result in a west south westerly flow dominating and gradually rain and stronger winds will work there way southwards and it will be come mild again. So a mild month and a dry month on the cards. Frost very rare and Snow unlikely at the moment.
December's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F Last Months; Average 5.4C 41.7F Difference 0.8C 1.3F
Average Max 7.1C 44.6F Last Months Average 7.6C 45.7F Difference 0.5C 1.1F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F Last Months Average 3.2C 37.8F Difference 1.2C 2.2F
High Max 12.1C 53.8F On the 6th Dec Low Max 4.3C 39.7F On the 1st,14th Dec
High Min 7.6C 45.7F On the 7th Dec Low Min -2.5C 27.5F On the 1st Dec
Number of Air Frosts 4 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 18 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Day Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 86.9mm This Months Average 73.7mm Difference from average 84.8%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December marked the end of the cool months with a return to milder conditions resulting in a month with above normal temperatures. Rainfall came in below to average. Overall the month was uneventful with the only notable feature being the complete absence of any Snow and strong winds. The month kicked off on a cold note with some air frosts and day time temperatures being a couple of degrees below average.The 1st was the joint coldest day of the month tied with the 14th. By the 5th it turned mild with temperatures by day in double figures until the 7th. The warmest day was in this period with 12.1C being reached on the 6th. The warmest night 7.6C followed on the 7th. After a mild day on the 10th when 11.4C was recorded it turned colder which lasted 18th. This period recorded the joint 1st 2nd coldest days 4.3C and 4.5C respectively. It also managed another air frost. It turned milder from the 19th although the day started with an air frost before reaching double figures during the day. The month continued on a generally mild note helped by mild nights at first then double digit day time temperatures towards the months end. The month when it ceased to rain and rain. The first nine days had little in the way of rain just 7mm and 5.2 of these fell on one day the 7th. A wet period was from the 10th to the 13th when 33.9mm fell in four days. The notable days being the 10th with 12mm and the 13th with 12.5mm. Rainfall didn't reach double figures again during the rest of the month and this coupled with a dry end to the month led to a below average month overall. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 43mph on the 10th although it felt and sounded windier than this. However the month was generally quiet regardless. There wasn't and Snow or Thundery activity during October. The lack of Snow this time wasn't surprising as the upper air conditions never supported Snowfall when weather fronts pushed into colder air. The best we managed was some sleet on the 14th. Milder conditions meant from the 18th made December a Snow free month. We did manage four air frosts through the month though. January looks set to start of on a average to mild note as the dreaded Bartlett high forms over Europe this will briefly pull back allowing a plunge of cold air push south eastward for the 1st weekend. This leading to frost but will at least be dry with sunshine. By Sunday the high pressure begins reassert itself allowing milder air to return although with this milder air there will be plenty of cloud around with hill fog and drizzle. The 2nd weekend sees a return of cooler air with temperatures close to or just below by day and average to above by night. During this period there will be little in the way of rain. The 2nd half of the month sees high pressure high to the south and a stream of low pressures pushing east across the Atlantic. This will result in a west south westerly flow dominating and gradually rain and stronger winds will work there way southwards and it will be come mild again. So a mild month and a dry month on the cards. Frost very rare and Snow unlikely at the moment.
December's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F Last Months; Average 5.4C 41.7F Difference 0.8C 1.3F
Average Max 7.1C 44.6F last Months Average 7.6C 45.7F Difference 0.5C 1.1F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F Last Months Average 3.2C 37.8F Difference 1.2C 2.2F
High Max 12.1C 53.6F On the 6th Dec Low Max 4.3C 39.7F On the 1st,14th Dec
High Min 7.6C 45.7F On the 7th Dec Low Min -2.5C 27.5F On the 1st Dec
Number of Air Frosts 4 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 18 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Day Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 86.9mm This Months Average 73.7mm Difference from average 84.8%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

December marked the end of the cool months with a return to milder conditions resulting in a month with above normal temperatures. Rainfall came in below to average. Overall the month was uneventful with the only notable feature being the complete absence of any Snow and strong winds. The month kicked off on a cold note with some air frosts and day time temperatures being a couple of degrees below average.The 1st was the joint coldest day of the month tied with the 14th. By the 5th it turned mild with temperatures by day in double figures until the 7th. The warmest day was in this period with 12.1C being reached on the 6th. The warmest night 7.6C followed on the 7th. After a mild day on the 10th when 11.4C was recorded it turned colder which lasted 18th. This period recorded the joint 1st 2nd coldest days 4.3C and 4.5C respectively. It also managed another air frost. It turned milder from the 19th although the day started with an air frost before reaching double figures during the day. The month continued on a generally mild note helped by mild nights at first then double digit day time temperatures towards the months end. The month when it ceased to rain and rain. The first nine days had little in the way of rain just 7mm and 5.2 of these fell on one day the 7th. A wet period was from the 10th to the 13th when 33.9mm fell in four days. The notable days being the 10th with 12mm and the 13th with 12.5mm. Rainfall didn't reach double figures again during the rest of the month and this coupled with a dry end to the month led to a below average month overall. The month was another quiet month generally a new Anemometer was up and running but seems to be too possibly too sheltered. This recorded 43mph on the 10th although it felt and sounded windier than this. However the month was generally quiet regardless. There wasn't and Snow or Thundery activity during October. The lack of Snow this time wasn't surprising as the upper air conditions never supported Snowfall when weather fronts pushed into colder air. The best we managed was some sleet on the 14th. Milder conditions meant from the 18th made December a Snow free month. We did manage four air frosts through the month though. January looks set to start of on a average to mild note as the dreaded Bartlett high forms over Europe this will briefly pull back allowing a plunge of cold air push south eastward for the 1st weekend. This leading to frost but will at least be dry with sunshine. By Sunday the high pressure begins reassert itself allowing milder air to return although with this milder air there will be plenty of cloud around with hill fog and drizzle. The 2nd weekend sees a return of cooler air with temperatures close to or just below by day and average to above by night. During this period there will be little in the way of rain. The 2nd half of the month sees high pressure high to the south and a stream of low pressures pushing east across the Atlantic. This will result in a west south westerly flow dominating and gradually rain and stronger winds will work there way southwards and it will be come mild again. So a mild month and a dry month on the cards. Frost very rare and Snow unlikely at the moment.
December's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 4.6C 40.3F Last Months; Average 5.4C 41.7F Difference 0.8C 1.4F
Average Max 7.1C 44.6F last Months Average 7.6C 45.7F Difference 0.5C 1.1F
Average Min 2.0C 35.6F Last Months Average 3.2C 37.8F Difference 1.2C 2.2F
High Max 12.1C 53.6F On the 6th Dec Low Max 4.3C 39.7F On the 1st,14th Dec
High Min 7.6C 45.7F On the 7th Dec Low Min -2.5C 27.5F On the 1st Dec
Number of Air Frosts 4 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 18 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 2 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall 86.9.4mm This Months Average 73.7mm Difference from average 84.8%
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