Stock photograph taken from www.buses.co.uk
By James McAllister
Good morning and happy Friday everyone! Here is your travel and weather update to help ease you into the weekend.
The only thing likely to be slowing you down this morning is the M23 roadworks between Crawley and the M25, which are likely to add at least ten minutes onto your journey. All other major roads and routes are currently moving ok.
Trains are all currently running smoothly out of Brighton, with no delays reported on any services at present. And for those of you travelling up to London, there is also currently a good service reported across the entire Underground network.
All bus routes are currently running smoothly, but for those of you looking to plan ahead please be aware that stop M on Portland Road is to be suspended for a week starting this Monday (December 3rd) so that emergency repair works can be carried out, affecting a number of local routes.
For more information, visit: www.buses.co.uk
Weekend Weather (via the Met Office)
A soggy start to the weekend with showers expected throughout much of Saturday morning and into the early afternoon, picking up again later Saturday evening and into Sunday morning too. Temperatures could go as high 13° during the mid afternoon, but for the most part will remain steady at about 11°.
On Sunday, following on from those early morning showers it’s likely to remain dry for most of the day, but with plenty of cloud. Temperature is due to remain steady at about 13°, possibly rising to 14° at about lunchtime.
As for today, expect sun and clear skies with temperatures fluctuating between 10° and 12°. Visibility is likely to remain excellent throughout the day, and sunset will be at 15:59.