Hour-by-hour Sheffield weather forecast as Storm Emma approaches with MORE snow

Sheffield has battled against blizzard like conditions at times today, but will it get any better tomorrow?

Wednesday, 28th February 2018, 1:52 pm
Updated Wednesday, 28th February 2018, 1:55 pm
Cars struggle for grip on Duke Street - Credit: Andrew Roe

The Beast from the East hit the city on Tuesday night with heavy snow falling into the early hours and intermittently throughout today.

A yellow warning of snow remains in place for the next three days while the highest level of weather warning has been issued for Scotland and Ireland.

The Met Office definition of a red warning is that "you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the weather".

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A yellow warning covering vast swathes of the UK has been extended until 9am on Saturday.

From Thursday, forecasters predict that another weather system, Storm Emma, will bring blizzards, gales and sleet as it meets the chilly "Beast from the East" later this week.

But, how much snow is Sheffield going to get tonight and into tomorrow?


4pm - Light snow, -4C (feels like -10C)

5pm - Sunny intervals, -4C (feels like -10C)

6pm - Partly cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

7pm - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

8pm - Light snow shower, -5C (feels like -11C)

9pm - Partly cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

10pm - Partly cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

11pm - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)


12am - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

1am - Partly cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

2am - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

3am - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

4am - Cloudy, -5C (feels like -11C)

5am - Overcast, -4C (feels like -11C)

6am - Light snow, -4C (feels like -11C)

7am - Overcast, -4C (feels like -11C)

8am - Overcast, -4C (feels like -10C)