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Thursday 26/11/2015: Gritting and Weather Update - GREEN Status

Gritting Nottingham


Nottingham City Council - Highway & Energy Infrastructure
The Winter Service 2015/16 - Gritting Decision

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Issued 12.55 pm Thursday 26th November 2015
Valid for the period 12:00pm Thursday 26th November 2015 to Friday  27th  November  2015
Issued by Robert O'Regan


Carriageways No Action Required


Today's Forecast

A largely cloudy day to come with some patchy, mainly light, rain or drizzle at times from thicker cloud. However there may be some brighter spells that develop during the afternoon. A rather cloudy night with some mist patches in places too. A moderate breeze will develop overnight and through the morning, this breeze alongside with the thicker cloud and milder air will ensure RST's remain well above freezing tonight.


Outlook for the next four days (forecasts run from midday to midday)
Friday A cloudy start to the day with isolated outbreaks of rain or drizzle continuing, along with a strengthening breeze. A band of heavy and blustery rain is then expected to cross the region during the mid afternoon, with some strong gusts and difficult driving conditions for a brief period. This will clear east by the evening, with clearer spells developing. It will also turn colder, so whilst the strong breeze will continue, some RSTs are expected to fall below freezing overnight, bringing a risk of ice where roads remain wet.


Thickening cloud will spread from the west, with further outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain likely throughout the day, and strong winds. Whilst rain is expected to clear during the evening, further showers and strong winds should ensure RST's remain just above freezing, although this is low confidence. Cloud will also build during the early hours of Sunday as further rain spreads in from the west




After a wet start, another windy day is expected, with sunny spells and showers. Whilst these will ease into the evening, with a brief cooling period expected, a further area of rain and strong winds is expected to push in from the west. There is low confidence in the timings and location of the rain and strongest winds, however current indications point to this arriving in time to keep RSTs just above freezing.

Outbreaks of rain will clear to the south and east through the day, perhaps leading to some clear spells overnight. Winds are also likely to become lighter than recently. However thicker cloud will soon return from the southwest, with further outbreaks of rain, leading to RSTs remaining well above freezing.

Please Note: The colour code used for the headings for these forecast refer to the weather forecast and not the need to grit.
RED - The weather will cause road surface temperatures to fall or stay below zero.
AMBER - The weather may cause road surface temperatures to fall below zero.
GREEN - The weather will not cause road surface temperatures to fall below zero.
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