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Severe weather and travel

Last updated: 19th October 2018

You can find practical advice on how to prepare yourself, respond to, and recover from, extreme weather events such as flooding, heavy snow and ice, storms and high temperatures. 

See how to sign up to receive weather warning alert systems, and check websites to monitor the weather as well as travel network issues such as blocked roads and fallen trees and closed schools. 

Find out about weather warnings and emergency incidents.

This information can be used to help you pre-empt and manage the impacts on your care services and group activities.

While every care has been taken in the compilation of this information, neither West Sussex County Council or shop4support will be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of using the site and any inaccuracies/errors within these pages. Those using the site are advised to refer to the 'Buyers Guide' prior to making a purchase.

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