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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

October was a very mild month and despite most days having some precipitation a dry month. The month was eventful one despite with ex hurricane Ophelia making a minor mark  on the region. The first few days of the month of the month were mild however this soon changed and temperatures sank close to normal and then below normal from the 4th to 7th with night time temps into single figures. After that though night time temperatures recovered and very rarely dipped into single figures. The big exception being the 18th and 19th and the last five days of the month when the coldest night min was recorded of 1.6C. The overnight temperatures were the main reason why the month came in well above normal. Day time were generally  around the same values through out the month coming in a degree above normal. The warmest day was on the 14th when the high was 19.9C. However due to Sahara dust and smoke pollution brought north by Ophelia this value wasn’t beaten on the 16th were the high was 18.6C. The coldest day was on the 30th as high of only 9.1C was reached. The 19th also recorded the warmest night at 14.6C. The final week of October saw more mild weather as mild air moved north across the UK from Europe.     The   month   was   strangely   dry   as   Ophelia   brought   no   rain   which   is   unusual   for   a   former   hurricane. Plus   that   it   did   rain   on   most   days   right   up   the   24th.   However   most   days   this   was   a   trace   value   the expect   being   the   20th   with   13.9mm   the   only   time   we   reached   double   figures.   There   wasn’t   any measurable rain from the 24th to the end of the month.   The month featured Ophelia which brought strong wind slate on the 16th and overnight of the 17th gusting to 59 mph. The 18th by contrast was a calm start showing how fast the weather can vary. Ophelia also brought red suns and orange skies as we imported sahara dust and smoke form the fires in Portugal. Other than Ophelia we only 50mph on the 14th and 49 mph on the 3rd. So once again basically storm free.   November is looking it’ll start on a rather cold note. It will also continue the dry theme with the first rain likely to be just before mid month. So a basically quiet start with some frost around when skies clear and some sunny days. As we go into the second half of the month it looks to become more unsettled but generally keeping the cool theme as winds dominate from the west or north westerly direction. Towards the end of the month it’s possible it will become cool enough for wintry showers to affect the region. So overall a cool but dry month with temperatures and rainfall just below average.
October's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 10.2C 50.4F This Months; Average 11.9C 53.4F Differance 1.7C 3.0F
Average Max 13.6C 56.5F This Months Average 14.6C 58.3F Differance 1.0C 1.8F
Average Min 6.9C 44.4F This Months Average 9.1C 48.2F Differance  2.2C 3.8F
High Max 19.9C 67.8F On the 14th October Low Max 9.1C 48.4F On the 30th October
High Min 14.6C 58.3F On the 14th October Low Min 1.6C 34.9F On the 31st October
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 10 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 1 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

October was a very mild month and despite most days having some precipitation a dry month. The month was eventful one despite with ex hurricane Ophelia making a minor mark  on the region. The first few days of the month of the month were mild however this soon changed and temperatures sank close to normal and then below normal from the 4th to 7th with night time temps into single figures. After that though night time temperatures recovered and very rarely dipped into single figures. The big exception being the 18th and 19th and the last five days of the month when the coldest night min was recorded of 1.6C. The overnight temperatures were the main reason why the month came in well above normal. Day time were generally  around the same values through out the month coming in a degree above normal. The warmest day was on the 14th when the high was 19.9C. However due to Sahara dust and smoke pollution brought north by Ophelia this value wasn’t beaten on the 16th were the high was 18.6C. The coldest day was on the 30th as high of only 9.1C was reached. The 19th also recorded the warmest night at 14.6C. The final week of October saw more mild weather as mild air moved north across the UK from Europe.     The   month   was   strangely   dry   as   Ophelia   brought   no   rain   which   is   unusual   for   a   former hurricane.   Plus   that   it   did   rain   on   most   days   right   up   the   24th.   However   most   days   this   was a   trace   value   the   expect   being   the   20th   with   13.9mm   the   only   time   we   reached   double figures. There wasn’t any measurable rain from the 24th to the end of the month.   The month featured Ophelia which brought strong wind slate on the 16th and overnight of the 17th gusting to 59 mph. The 18th by contrast was a calm start showing how fast the weather can vary. Ophelia also brought red suns and orange skies as we imported sahara dust and smoke form the fires in Portugal. Other than Ophelia we only 50mph on the 14th and 49 mph on the 3rd. So once again basically storm free.   November is looking it’ll start on a rather cold note. It will also continue the dry theme with the first rain likely to be just before mid month. So a basically quiet start with some frost around when skies clear and some sunny days. As we go into the second half of the month it looks to become more unsettled but generally keeping the cool theme as winds dominate from the west or north westerly direction. Towards the end of the month it’s possible it will become cool enough for wintry showers to affect the region. So overall a cool but dry month with temperatures and rainfall just below average.
Octobers Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 10.2C 50.4F This Months; Average 11.9C 53.4F Differance 1.7C 3.0F
Average Max 13.6C 56.5F This Months Average 14.6C 58.3F Differance 1.0C 1.8F
Average Min 6.9C 44.4F This Months Average 9.1C 48.2F Differance 2.2C 3.8F
High Max 19.9C 67.8F On the 14th Oct Low Max 9.1C 48.2F On the 30th Oct
High Min 14.6C 58.3F On the 14th Oct Low Min 1.6C 34.9F On the 31st Oct
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 10 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 1 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
© Lorem ipsum dolor sit Nulla in mollit pariatur in, est ut dolor eu eiusmod lorem 2014
Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

October was a very mild month and despite most days having some precipitation a dry month. The month was eventful one despite with ex hurricane Ophelia making a minor mark  on the region. The first few days of the month of the month were mild however this soon changed and temperatures sank close to normal and then below normal from the 4th to 7th with night time temps into single figures. After that though night time temperatures recovered and very rarely dipped into single figures. The big exception being the 18th and 19th and the last five days of the month when the coldest night min was recorded of 1.6C. The overnight temperatures were the main reason why the month came in well above normal. Day time were generally  around the same values through out the month coming in a degree above normal. The warmest day was on the 14th when the high was 19.9C. However due to Sahara dust and smoke pollution brought north by Ophelia this value wasn’t beaten on the 16th were the high was 18.6C. The coldest day was on the 30th as high of only 9.1C was reached. The 19th also recorded the warmest night at 14.6C. The final week of October saw more mild weather as mild air moved north across the UK from Europe.     The   month   was   strangely   dry   as   Ophelia   brought   no   rain   which   is unusual   for   a   former   hurricane.   Plus   that   it   did   rain   on   most   days right   up   the   24th.   However   most   days   this   was   a   trace   value   the expect    being    the    20th    with    13.9mm    the    only    time    we    reached double   figures.   There   wasn’t   any   measurable   rain   from   the   24th   to the end of the month.   The month featured Ophelia which brought strong wind slate on the 16th and overnight of the 17th gusting to 59 mph. The 18th by contrast was a calm start showing how fast the weather can vary. Ophelia also brought red suns and orange skies as we imported sahara dust and smoke form the fires in Portugal. Other than Ophelia we only 50mph on the 14th and 49 mph on the 3rd. So once again basically storm free.   November is looking it’ll start on a rather cold note. It will also continue the dry theme with the first rain likely to be just before mid month. So a basically quiet start with some frost around when skies clear and some sunny days. As we go into the second half of the month it looks to become more unsettled but generally keeping the cool theme as winds dominate from the west or north westerly direction. Towards the end of the month it’s possible it will become cool enough for wintry showers to affect the region. So overall a cool but dry month with temperatures and rainfall just below average.
Octobers Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 10.2C 50.4F This Months; Average 11.9C 53.4F Differance 1.7C 3.0F
Average Max 13.6C 56.5F This Months Average 14.6C 58.3F Differance 1.0C 1.8F
Average Min 6.9C 44.4F This Months Average 9.1C 48.2F Differance 2.2C 3.8F
High Max 19.9C 67.8F On the 14th Oct Low Max 9.1C 48.2F On the 30th Oct
High Min 14.6C 58.3F On the 14th Oct Low Min 1.6C 34.9F On the 31st Oct
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 13 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 10 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 1 Days
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31