By Ross Findon
Friday, October 26, 2012
GRITTING is due to take place on Isle of Wight roads tonight (Friday), the council has warned.
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by Lee Majors
28th October 2012, at 17:10:43
And the rain washes it away....
by sidney barton
27th October 2012, at 19:37:17
liquid snow falling at the moment. probably the wrong type of snow that needs grit. hope the council have enough grit when we get real snow!!!
by Mr Elliott
27th October 2012, at 19:28:05
Temperatures did drop to 0c degrees last night.
by David Dore
27th October 2012, at 16:49:37
Why would they put grit on the roads when there is no snow on the ground? In Canada we only put grit or salt when we have snow on the ground.
27th October 2012, at 12:09:52
"The council advised motorists to drive carefully" As opposed to how we normally drive?What are they trying to say here?I did not see any frost or ice last night, so grit wasted in my opinion.
by Neil Hartland
26th October 2012, at 23:29:52
Just driven passed one going through Ashey. Certainly dosn't seem cold enough to me!
by Mike Crowe
26th October 2012, at 22:00:17
Hope they are using the right grit ... ;-)
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