Monthly Archives: February 2019

Two lime trees to be removed in Brewery Road with root fungal

Brewery RoadThis is to advise you of the removal of 2 Lime Trees in Brewery Road.
There is a multi-stem and a single stem Lime Tree, which are both located near to the road leading to 35 Brewery Road.
This is recommended following on from a routine inspection by the Council’s Tree Surgeons. The trees are suffering from Kvetzschmaria, which is a root fungal, and in rapid decline. Due to the location of the trees it is recommended that we arrange for their removal immediately. The felling is programmed in for 2 days from 21st Feb.
We will endeavour to create the minimum of inconvenience to nearby residents. Traffic management will be in place.
Should you require any further information regarding this matter please contact our Contractors / Partners Serco on 01483 775422 / or by email at helpdesk@woking.serco.com who will be pleased to assist

Gritting decision for Saturday 2 February 2019 – Action 2 from 7pm on all priority 1 routes

Gritting decision for Saturday 2 February 2019 – Action 2 from 7pm on all priority 1 routes

Domain A – 17 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain B – 17 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain C – 17 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain D – 17 grams per square metre on all priority 1 routes from 7pm
Domain D high routes – 17 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) – No information available at this time

36hr weather forecast
Ice / Hoar Frost – B­­lack ice forecast between 7pm-10am and hoar frost forecast between 8pm-8am
Snow – None forecast
Minimum Road Surface Temperature -7.7°C
Minimum Air Temperature -7.1°C

Further spells of sunshine this afternoon. Most places dry but the odd passing snow shower cannot be ruled out. Cold with a brisk northerly wind.

Clear skies and dry conditions are anticipated tonight as a ridge of high pressure moves in from the west. Some patchy freezing fog may form towards dawn. A sharp frost for many places.

After a cold and mostly sunny start with some patchy freezing fog, much of the day will remain dry and bright. Later in the afternoon, cloud will start to build from the west. Cold again.

Road conditions:

Mainly clear skies tonight allowing road surface temperatures to fall well below zero. Ice where any lying snow remains. High confidence.. 

Current road surface temperature highs at our weather station in A24 Beare Green are 10.4°C and lows of -1.4°C in A325 Frimley Hospital.