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Gritters on standby as more rain expected for Wyre Forest
4:54pm Friday 31st January 2014 in Local
GRITTERS are on standby to treat roads in Wyre Forest and Worcestershire and more rain is expected.
The Met Office has predicted more rain, wind and low road surface temperatures for the weekend, so Worcestershire County Council so put its gritting teams on alert.
Due to the exceptional rainfall already experienced during the last few weeks, drivers are being reminded any surface water could quickly develop into black ice and are urged to adjust their driving accordingly.
Residents should also be aware of possible localised surface water flooding as well as some general disruption. A council statement said: "As always, the advice remains motorists should not assume roads have been gritted and to temper their driving accordingly."
For the latest flooding information, visit the Environment Agency website at environment-agency.gov.uk and for local advice visit worcestershire.gov.uk/flooding.
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