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Monday 04/04/2016: 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 12.29pm Monday 4th April 2016
Valid for the period 12:00pm Monday 4th April 2016 to Tuesday 5th April 2016
Issued by Tony Thacker 


Carriageways Not Gritting 


Today's Forecast

It will be a mixture of bright or sunny spells and showers this afternoon. Some of the showers will be heavy and slow-moving at times, with the risk of hail and thunder. These will lead to surface water and spray on the roads, temporarily reducing visibility at times. Any showers will gradually ease this evening to leave a dry and mostly cloudy night, with occasional clear spells. Some mist and isolated fog patches are possible by dawn. RSTs will stay above freezing. After a cloudy start to Tuesday morning, it will brighten up, with sunny spells for many. .


Outlook for the next four days (forecasts run from midday to midday)
Tuesday Tuesday afternoon will start largely dry and cloudy, with perhaps a few spots of light drizzle over high ground. The cloud will clear through the afternoon to leave plenty of sunny spells. For the first part of the night skies will be clear for most, but more cloud will build in from the west in the early hours of Wednesday, along with strengthening winds, keeping RSTs above freezing. This will be followed by rain arriving from the west in the morning, with some heavy outbreaks, affecting the entire area.


Wednesday afternoon will be wet and windy with plenty of heavy showers with the risk of hail or thunder. These showers will continue overnight into Thursday, but cloudy conditions will keep RSTs above freezing. 




Showery conditions will continue through Thursday afternoon, but there will be some brighter spells as well. There will continue to be a risk of hail or thunder. Through the evening the showers will ease slightly, but there may still be the odd isolated light showers through the night. Winds will tend to ease overnight. Friday will be drier with plenty of sunny spells, but there will still be the risk of a few scattered showers throughout the day and overnight into Saturday, some of which could be heavy.  


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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