Snow in Croydon hits transport network
AN UNEXPECTED snowfall early this morning has affected transport networks across Croydon and into the Surrey borders.
The snow has stopped falling in most places, leaving coverage ranging from a light dusting in some areas to several centimetres in others.
Southern trains into East Croydon are delayed from ten minutes to more than half an hour, according to the according to its website, with arrivals at West Croydon said to be running ten minutes late on average.
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First Capital Connect services are also experiencing major delays
Roads in the south of the borough, particularly in Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon and Purley, are thought to be the most affected by the snow.
Croydon Council said gritters were out on the roads overnight and again this morning.
There are no reports of school closures, but parents are advised to check online
The weather forecast for the day shows temperatures rising gradually in Croydon, with the snow expected to have melted by midday.
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