Winter Gritting Decisions and Temp for Tonight

Gritting decision for Wednesday 21 November 2018 – Action at 7pm

Domain A – 11 grams per square metre on all Priority 1 routes from 7pm

Domain B – 11 grams per square metre on all Priority 1 routes from 7pm

Domain C – 11 grams per square metre on all Priority 1 routes from 7pm

Domain D – 11 grams per square metre on all Priority 1 routes from 7pm

Domain D high routes – 11 grams per square metre on all Priority 1 routes from 7pm

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) – 9 grams per square metre on all routes from 7pm

36hr weather forecast

Ice / Hoar Frost – None forecast

Snow – None forecast

Minimum Road Surface Temperature -3.9°C

Minimum Air Temperature -3.9°C

Mainly dry this afternoon with cloud breaking up to allow some sunshine to break through. It will be chilly, but less windy than yesterday.

Dry this evening and for much of tonight with long clear spells, but cloud is expected to thicken from the east during the early hours bringing the chance of some drizzle. A cold and frosty night.

It look set to be a rather cloudy day on Thursday with some drizzle possible at times. However, occasional bright or sunny spells may break through from time to time.

A cold night with road surface temperatures dropping below zero.

Current road surface temperature highs at our weather station in A24 Beare Green are 10.5°C and lows of 5.8°C in B269 Botley Hill.

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