Afternoon gritting decision for 20 March 2018 – action on priority one routes at 7pm
Domain A – 8 grams per square metre, 19:00 on all priority 1 routes
Domain B – 8 grams per square metre, 19:00 on all priority 1 routes
Domain C – 8 grams per square metre, 19:00 on all priority 1 routes
Domain D – 8 grams per square metre, 19:00 on all priority 1 routes and priority 1 high routes
|Domain A: North Surrey – Elmbridge and Spelthorne||Domain B: North West Surrey – Runnymede, Surrey Heath and Woking|
|Domain C: South West Surrey – Guildford and Waverley||Domain D: East Surrey Epsom & Ewell, Mole Valley, Reigate & Banstead and Tandridge|
Highways England* (M3, A3) – no information available at the time of issuing this update.
36hr weather forecast
Cloudy at first with a few spots of rain in places that will steadily diminish. Brightening up from the northeast through the morning with some good spells of sunshine expected. Light winds. Milder.
Partly cloudy skies and light winds are expected for much of this evening and overnight, permitting a frost and some shallow and patchy freezing fog.
Chilly at first on Wednesday. Early bright spells will become increasingly confined to the east as cloud steadily thickens from the west through the day. Staying dry. Feeling mild despite the freshening breeze.
Road surface temperatures will fall away in long clear spells tonight. High confidence.
Comments: Action required across all priority one routes at 19:00 – 8 grams per square metre pre-wet based on high loss to mitigate any ice or hoar frost forecast through the night.
Minimum Road Surface Temperature -2°C
Minimum Air Temperature -2.7°C
Current road surface temperature highs at our weather station in A29 Adversane is 14.7°C and lows of 8.5°C in B269 Botley Hill Farmhouse.
Severe weather information: none.
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*Please note that all information on these routes are provided by Highways England and are correct, to our knowledge, at the time of sending this email. For further information, please contact Highways England on 0300 123 5000.