May Bank Holiday: Hour-by-hour weather forecast in Sheffield as Met Office predicts heavy rain

Plans could be scuppered this Bank Holiday Monday as the Met Office has predicted heavy rain and windy conditions for Sheffield.

By Kian Rains
Sunday, 2nd May 2021, 9:03 pm

Many people across Sheffield will be heading out to beer gardens this bank holiday Monday, but it is unlikely that the weather will be on their side as the Met Office has predicted a washout with heavy rain and wind to batter the city throughout the day.

On Monday, conditions are expected to remain dry in the early morning, with light rain arriving around lunchtime before turning heavy later into the evening.

Windy weather is also expected, with gusts of around 30mph expected.

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Heavy rain is expected in Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells

Sheffield will be dry until around 11 am when there is a 40 per cent chance of rain.

Between noon and 3 pm, there is a 90 per cent chance of rain.

Between 4 pm and 8 pm, heavy rain is forecast but will eventually clear in the evening, turning cloudy at around 11 pm, although some heavy showers will follow.

The maximum temperature will be 10 °C with lows of around 6 °C.

Hour by hour forecast:

7 am – Light cloud

8 am – Light cloud

9 am – Light cloud

10 am – Light cloud

11 am – Light rain

12 pm – Light rain

1 pm – Light showers

2 pm – Light showers

3 pm – Light showers

4 pm – Heavy rain

5 pm – Heavy rain

6 pm – Heavy rain

7 pm – Heavy rain

8 pm – Heavy rain

9 pm – Light showers

10 pm – Light showers

11 pm – Cloud cover