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Thursday 3/12/2015: 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 11.05 am Thursday 3rd December 2015
Valid for the period 12:00pm Thursday 3rd December 2015 to Friday 4th December 2015
Issued by Tony Thacker


Carriageways No Action Required


Today's Forecast

Cloudy and breezy to begin this afternoon with the odd spot of drizzle around. Persistent rain will arrive from the west from 1400hrs to become locally heavy at times. The wind will also increase during the afternoon, with some strong gusts possible. Persistent rain and gusty winds will continue through this evening until 2300hrs. Thereafter the wind will ease and it will become drier. With clearing skies for the rest of the night, RSTs will take a dip, but they will remain above freezing due to the ongoing breeze. Dawn on Friday will be largely dry and bright with sunny spells.


Outlook for the next four days (forecasts run from midday to midday)
Friday Largely dry and mostly cloudy during the afternoon, with the chance of a few isolated light rain showers but also a few bright spells at times. Becoming windy by the end of the afternoon. Cloudy and mild and also turning very windy during the evening with a some rain likely towards the end of the night. Remaining cloudy and very windy on Saturday morning with rain becoming heavier and increasingly widespread.


Remaining cloudy and very windy on Saturday with further spells of heavy rain possible. Rain easing for a time overnight but staying mild and windy. Similar on Sunday morning, but winds beginning to ease towards midday




Rain tending to clear southeastwards during the afternoon, with bright or sunny spells and some showers following. Generally dry and mild overnight, with light winds and variable but often large amounts of cloud. Mainly dry and cloudy on Monday afternoon with rain spreading eastwards overnight. Turning colder with clear spells and showers following. RSTs likely to fall close or just below freezing in most places overnight with a risk of ice and frost developing. Largely fine and dry, but cool on Tuesday morning.


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 (RSTs) to fall or stay below zero.
AMBER - The weather may cause road surface temperatures (RSTs) to fall below zero.
GREEN - The weather will not cause road surface temperatures (RSTs) to fall below zero.
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