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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

May was an mirror image of March. Dry and Very warm compared to Very Wet and Cold. The month was notable due to the amount of warmth despite north easterly winds being very dominant in the 2nd half of the month. May was the 2nd warmest on record for Sheffield and the 14th driest. The month started on a mild note by the 4th things were already warming up with temperatures soon into the low twenties then high twenties as 28.2C was reached on the 7th. This following 24.6C on the 6th which by itself would be normally one of if not the warmest day of the month. The warmth soon receded with temperatures returning to very mild conditions. The weather returned to more like June weather on the 14th and 15th as temperatures hit the low 20’s. One of the coldest days followed with a high of only 12.4C. The low for month was 11.3C on the 2nd. More summery weather followed from the 18th to the 24th as temperatures were mostly in the low twenties with a pleasant north easterly breeze. The 25th was a rare cold day with only 12.;8C being the high. However very warm weather returned from the 26th with a another hot day on the 27th with 25.5C being reached. Despite north sea cloud keeping the mornings cloudy the month ended on a summery note more like mid June then May. Despite being very warm temperatures did drop to 3,1C on the 1st, 3.5C on the 17th and 3.1C again on the 18th. The warmest night was on the 8th with 14C being the low. However despite being such a warm month double digit night values were in the minority.       The run of very wet months came to abrupt halt in May with the highest rainfall 8.7MM on the 25th and then 8.1mm on the 2nd. There were 11 consecutive days without rain from the 13th to 23rd. The dry picture resumed from the 25th leaving May as joint 9th driest on record. Sheffield’s lack of Thunderstorms continued through out May without any reaching the region. The decline in storms is very notable although the reasons why are not known.   Snow didn’t fall during May and there weren’t any windy days as high pressure dominated the scene. The most notable feature was how the wind dominated from the north east from the 12th onwards. Despite this it stayed on the warm side due to a warm Europe.  June looks to continue the similar weather we’ve had in May. Starting on a dry warm note by day but with some overnight rain and showers. By the 5th it looks a little more unsettled with some showers possibly Thundery. This marks a return to more westerly dominated weather still warm but more changeable with longer spells of rain.  By mid month it looks like temperatures will have returned to normal values. Low pressure looks likely to form over Europe keeping the UK cooler northerly winds with showers at times. However High pressure will start to build in from the south west across the country  by the 21st keeping it dry warm and sunny. At the moment there’s little to suggest a spell of Hot weather. It looks like the theme will generally will be the same type of weather we’ve had in may for the start and end of the month of the month. Overall a warm month and rainfall below average once again.
May's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C 53.2F This Months; Average 13.8C 56.8F Differance 2.0C 3.6F
Average Max 16.5C 61.7F This Months Average 19.3C 66.8F Differance 2.8C 5.1F
Average Min 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 8.2C 46.8F Differance 1.1C 2.0F
High Max 28.2C 82.8F On the 7th May Low Max 11.3C 52.3F On the 2nd May
High Min 14.0C 57.2F On the 8th May Low Min 3.1C 37.6F On the 1st,18th May
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 7 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 5 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall> 57.7mm This Months Average 34.6xmm Differance from average 60.0%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

May was an mirror image of March. Dry and Very warm compared to Very Wet and Cold. The month was notable due to the amount of warmth despite north easterly winds being very dominant in the 2nd half of the month. May was the 2nd warmest on record for Sheffield and the 14th driest. The month started on a mild note by the 4th things were already warming up with temperatures soon into the low twenties then high twenties as 28.2C was reached on the 7th. This following 24.6C on the 6th which by itself would be normally one of if not the warmest day of the month. The warmth soon receded with temperatures returning to very mild conditions. The weather returned to more like June weather on the 14th and 15th as temperatures hit the low 20’s. One of the coldest days followed with a high of only 12.4C. The low for month was 11.3C on the 2nd. More summery weather followed from the 18th to the 24th as temperatures were mostly in the low twenties with a pleasant north easterly breeze. The 25th was a rare cold day with only 12.;8C being the high. However very warm weather returned from the 26th with a another hot day on the 27th with 25.5C being reached. Despite north sea cloud keeping the mornings cloudy the month ended on a summery note more like mid June then May. Despite being very warm temperatures did drop to 3,1C on the 1st, 3.5C on the 17th and 3.1C again on the 18th. The warmest night was on the 8th with 14C being the low. However despite being such a warm month double digit night values were in the minority.       The run of very wet months came to abrupt halt in May with the highest rainfall 8.7MM on the 25th and then 8.1mm on the 2nd. There were 11 consecutive days without rain from the 13th to 23rd. The dry picture resumed from the 25th leaving May as joint 9th driest on record. Sheffield’s lack of Thunderstorms continued through out May without any reaching the region. The decline in storms is very notable although the reasons why are not known.   Snow didn’t fall during May and there weren’t any windy days as high pressure dominated the scene. The most notable feature was how the wind dominated from the north east from the 12th onwards. Despite this it stayed on the warm side due to a warm Europe.  June looks to continue the similar weather we’ve had in May. Starting on a dry warm note by day but with some overnight rain and showers. By the 5th it looks a little more unsettled with some showers possibly Thundery. This marks a return to more westerly dominated weather still warm but more changeable with longer spells of rain.  By mid month it looks like temperatures will have returned to normal values. Low pressure looks likely to form over Europe keeping the UK cooler northerly winds with showers at times. However High pressure will start to build in from the south west across the country  by the 21st keeping it dry warm and sunny. At the moment there’s little to suggest a spell of Hot weather. It looks like the theme will generally will be the same type of weather we’ve had in may for the start and end of the month of the month. Overall a warm month and rainfall below average once again.
May's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C 53.2F This Months; Average 13.8C 56.8F Differance 2.0C 3.6F
Average Max 16.5C 61.7F This Months Average 19.3C 66.8F Differance 2.8C 5.1F
Average Min 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 8.2C 46.8F Differance 1.1C 2.0F
High Max 28.2C 82.8F On the 7th May Low Max 11.3C 52.3F On the 2nd May
High Min 14.0C 57.2F On the 8th May Low Min 3.1C 37.6F On the 1st,18th May
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 7 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 5 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall> 57.7mm This Months Average 34.6mm Differance from average 60.0%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31
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Sheffield Weather Page

Last Months Report

May was an mirror image of March. Dry and Very warm compared to Very Wet and Cold. The month was notable due to the amount of warmth despite north easterly winds being very dominant in the 2nd half of the month. May was the 2nd warmest on record for Sheffield and the 14th driest. The month started on a mild note by the 4th things were already warming up with temperatures soon into the low twenties then high twenties as 28.2C was reached on the 7th. This following 24.6C on the 6th which by itself would be normally one of if not the warmest day of the month. The warmth soon receded with temperatures returning to very mild conditions. The weather returned to more like June weather on the 14th and 15th as temperatures hit the low 20’s. One of the coldest days followed with a high of only 12.4C. The low for month was 11.3C on the 2nd. More summery weather followed from the 18th to the 24th as temperatures were mostly in the low twenties with a pleasant north easterly breeze. The 25th was a rare cold day with only 12.;8C being the high. However very warm weather returned from the 26th with a another hot day on the 27th with 25.5C being reached. Despite north sea cloud keeping the mornings cloudy the month ended on a summery note more like mid June then May. Despite being very warm temperatures did drop to 3,1C on the 1st, 3.5C on the 17th and 3.1C again on the 18th. The warmest night was on the 8th with 14C being the low. However despite being such a warm month double digit night values were in the minority.       The run of very wet months came to abrupt halt in May with the highest rainfall 8.7MM on the 25th and then 8.1mm on the 2nd. There were 11 consecutive days without rain from the 13th to 23rd. The dry picture resumed from the 25th leaving May as joint 9th driest on record. Sheffield’s lack of Thunderstorms continued through out May without any reaching the region. The decline in storms is very notable although the reasons why are not known.   Snow didn’t fall during May and there weren’t any windy days as high pressure dominated the scene. The most notable feature was how the wind dominated from the north east from the 12th onwards. Despite this it stayed on the warm side due to a warm Europe.  June looks to continue the similar weather we’ve had in May. Starting on a dry warm note by day but with some overnight rain and showers. By the 5th it looks a little more unsettled with some showers possibly Thundery. This marks a return to more westerly dominated weather still warm but more changeable with longer spells of rain.  By mid month it looks like temperatures will have returned to normal values. Low pressure looks likely to form over Europe keeping the UK cooler northerly winds with showers at times. However High pressure will start to build in from the south west across the country  by the 21st keeping it dry warm and sunny. At the moment there’s little to suggest a spell of Hot weather. It looks like the theme will generally will be the same type of weather we’ve had in may for the start and end of the month of the month. Overall a warm month and rainfall below average once again.
May's Averages inc Highs and Lows
Average Temp 11.8C 53.2F This Months; Average 13.9C 57.0F Differance 2.1C 3.8F
Average Max 16.5C 61.7F This Months Average 19.3C 66.8F Differance 2.8C 5.1F
Average Min 7.1C 44.8F This Months Average 8.2C 46.8F Differance 1.1C 2.0F
High Max 28.2C 82.8F On the 7th May Low Max 11.3C 52.3F On the 2nd May
High Min 14.0C 57.2F On the 8th May Low Min 3.1xC 37.6F On the 1st,18th Apr
Number of Air Frosts 0 Days Days of Thunder 0 Days Days of Snow 0 Days
Days of Rain > 0 7 Days Days of Rain with Trace Condition 5 Days Days of Wind Gusting > 50 mph 0 Days
Average Rainfall> 57.7mm This Months Average 34.6mm Differance from average 60.0%
Average Rainfall> 63.2mm This Months Average 107.8mm Differance from average 170.6%
Weather Underground PWS ISOUTHYO31