UPDATED: Snow disruption: Morley weather, traffic & travel

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Bus travel has been disrupted in the area.

The disruptions include:

209 not serving Spring Avenue Gildersome

212 not serving Broomsdale Road, Soothill

281 not serving Howden Clough

282 not serving Howden Clough

316 not serving Royds Avenue and terminating at Holmfirth. Not serving Parkhead.

377 not serving hayfield estate

378 not serving Kirkwood drive

335/935/6/7/8/9 suspended until further notice


49 - Minor diversion towards Monkswood only via, Monkswood Ave, Kentmere Gate, Wetherby Rd, Ringroad to Monkswood Gate terminus.

62 not serving Cemetery Rd and diverting via Waterloo Rd

62/62A not be serving Fawcett Lane, Silver Royd Hill, diverting via Wortley Rd and Ring Rd.

446 diverting via Leeds Road/Newton Lane due to snow on Ouchthorpe Lane bad operating

209 not serving Spring Avenue Gildersome


100/101 – unable to serve St Johns Mount

148 / 212 - back to normal

195/196 unable to serve Elizabeth Ave, operating via High Street

446 expect disruption Oucthorpe Lane and Leeds Rd/Newton Rd

All other services are operating normally, however some may be experiencing slight delays due to heavy snow

Today will be cloudy with slight snow showers, especially later this evening with a temperatures dipping to -1C over night. Tonight there will be light winds with a slight frost and fog patches.

Tomorrow: Frost in places with fog patches slow to clear. Staying mainly dry and a little brighter than of late with some sunny spells likely in some areas. Light winds. Maximum temperature 4C.

Friday to Sunday: Friday cloudy, with rain and hill snow and increasing winds later. Breezy on Saturday and cold with sunshine and showers. Cloudy with rain later on Sunday and turning rather milder.

Motorists are being advised that there is slight congestion on at junction 25 of the M62, Brighouse roundabout, along with the A644 Wakefield Road, A62 Cooper Bridge, Mirfield and A6025 Elland Road at Brighouse.

Arriva said only a few of its West Yorkshire services had been affected by the weather with other services in our district are operating normally, but some may be experiencing slight delays.

There are no reports of any local schools closing due to the weather.

The weather forced the closure of Leeds-Bradford International airport this morning with no flights in or out of the airport before 9am and several flights cancelled. Passengers for other flights were told to arrive as normal.

A spokesman for the airport said it was shut after around 5cm of snow came down during the night.

The spokesman said snow ploughs and gritters were working along the runways and passengers should arrive as normal, but expect knock-on delays.