Winter weather updates

School closures

Find out if a school is closed

 

Road closures

Last updated: 4.40pm - 19/3/18

We are not aware of any road closures due to the weather conditions at the moment.

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Bins and recycling

Last updated: 11am 8/3/2018

South

Collections in the south of the County are only affecting regions on the higher ground around Llangollen and Llandegla.

The ‘catch up’ collections from last week are progressing well and they expect to have those completed by tomorrow.  

North

Today’s snow shouldn’t affect the teams collecting in the north of the County today. There may be possible difficulties on rural high ground but the snow is thawing quickly at this time of year.

If any of today’s collections are missed, the team will attempt to collect tomorrow so please leave your bins out.

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Gritting

Updated: 9.10am 9/3/2018

All routes are now being treated and we have mobilised one of the agricultural contractors in the Saron area. Some hand salting of pavements in town centres will also be carried out where necessary.

 

Public transport

Last updated - 1:45pm 6/3/2018

We expect all services to run, but this is subject to change due to the challenging driving conditions.

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Advice on how to stay safe during the winter

Click on the headings below for advice on how to stay safe during the winter.

Driving safely in winter
Gritting the roads
We spread salt on roads to prevent ice forming on every night when icy or frosty conditions are forecast.

Find out which roads we grit. 

Driving in wintry conditions
You should always drive safely for the weather conditions, regardless of whether the road has been gritted or not.  

Get advice on how to drive safely in wintry conditions. 

Emergency supply kit for your car
You should have an emergency supply kit in your car, in case you break down or get stuck. This should contain:
  • A warm coat, extra hat and mittens or gloves
  • Suitable winter footwear
  • Blanket or sleeping bag
  • Torch and extra batteries, or wind up torch
  • Shovel, Tow chain or rope
  • Windscreen scraper, Jump leads, Mobile phone and batteries
  • Battery-powered radio and extra batteries, or wind-up radio            
Floods
Make your home safe for winter
Prepare to survive in your home on your own, without outside help, for at least three days. Assemble a disaster supply kit and be sure to include winter specific items such as rock salt to melt ice and sand to improve traction, snow shovels or other snow removal equipment. Keep a stock of food and extra drinking water.

If your house could be isolated, here is some useful advice:
  • Have sufficient heating fuel, as regular fuel sources may be cut off, as well as emergency heating equipment plus sufficient fuel for it in case electricity is cut off, such as a portable gas fire, a wood burning stove, a fireplace or a kerosene heater.
  • Keep all heaters at least three feet from flammable objects. Maintain ventilation when using kerosene heaters to avoid a build-up of toxic fumes and always refuel outside.
  • Keep fire extinguishers on hand and make sure everyone in your house knows how to use them. Never burn charcoal indoors.
  • Make sure that your walls and attics are well insulated before winter.
  • During a storm, listen to the local radio or television for weather reports and emergency information.
  • Eat regularly and drink ample fluids, but avoid caffeine and alcohol.
  • Dress for the season with several layers of loose fitting, lightweight warm clothing rather than one layer of heavy clothing. The outer layer should be water repellent. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Always wear a hat, most body heat is lost through the top of your head.
  • Don’t over-exert yourself when shoveling snow, as it can bring on a heart attack.
  • Watch for signs of frostbite: loss of feeling and white or pale appearance in extremities. If symptoms are detected, get medical help immediately.
  • Watch for signs of hypothermia: uncontrollable shivering, memory loss, disorientation, incoherence, slurred speech, drowsiness and apparent exhaustion. If symptoms are detected, get the person to a warm location, remove any wet clothing, warm the centre of the body first, and give warm non-alcoholic beverage if victim is conscious. Get medical help as soon as possible. 
Clearing ice and snow
Anyone can clear ice and snow from the pavement outside their home or public spaces to prevent trips and falls.

Don't be put off clearing paths because you're afraid someone will get injured. Remember, people walking on snow and ice have a responsibility to be careful themselves. It's unlikely you'll be sued or held legally responsible for any injuries if you have cleared the path carefully.

Tips and advice on clearing ice and snow.