Gritting decision for Tuesday 29 January 2019 – Action 3 from 7pm on all priority 1 routes

Gritting decision for Tuesday 29 January 2019 – Action 3 from 7pm on all priority 1 routes

Domain A – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain B – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain C – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain D – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain D high routes – 20 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) – Action required at 7:30pm

Gritting decision for Tuesday 29 January 2019 – Action 2 from 2pm on all priority 1 routes 

Further action to follow throughout the day

Domain A – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 2pm
Domain B – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 2pm
Domain C – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 2pm
Domain D – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 2pm
Domain D high routes – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 2pm

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 this time

Gritting decision for Tuesday 29 January 2019 – Action 1 from 10am on all priority 2 routes 

Further action to follow throughout the day

Domain A – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 2 routes from 10am
Domain B – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 2 routes from 10am
Domain C – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 2 routes from 10am
Domain D – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 2 routes from 10am
Domain D high routes – 20 grams per square metre on all priority 2 routes from 10am

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 this time

36hr weather forecast

Ice / Hoar Frost – Black ice forecast from 1am to 10am
Snow – Forecast from 7pm to 1am
Minimum Road Surface Temperature -4.5°C
Minimum Air Temperature -4.6°C

Any hazy sunshine first thing will fade as cloud thickens, bringing outbreaks of light rain or drizzle. Cold.
Rain will become heavier this evening, turning to sleet or snow in places before moving away eastwards overnight. Turning frosty with the risk of ice.

Tomorrow will be a cold but dry and fine day with periods of winter sunshine and just a little patchy cloud at times.

Road conditions:

A wintry mix of precipitation will move in from the west today, bringing the potential for some sleet/snow on the higher ground, particularly later this afternoon (mainly above 200-250m or so). As a result, road surface temperatures on the high ground may behave erratically today. Road surface temperatures are then expected to fall below zero more widely tonight, as skies clear. See tables for details. Low confidence on road surface temperature evolution today, but generally high confidence tonight. 

Current road surface temperature highs at our weather station in A3050 Walton on Thames are 2.9°C and lows of -2.2°C in A24 Beare Green.

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