Cornwall traffic, news and weather updates on Friday, February 11 – live – Cornwall Live

All the latest updates from across the county
It's Friday, February 11 and throughout the county, commuters are getting ready to start their day and fill up Cornwall's roads.
It's been a quiet morning so far on Cornwall's roads, with some essential roadworks in place that may cause delays to commuters' travels.
An advance warning has also been issued that the A30 will be closed in both directions due to roadworks during the night from Monday to Friday next week (February 14-19) between the B3285 at Boxheater Junction, Zelah, and the A390 at Chiverton Cross roundabout, Truro.
The Met Office forecast for today says it will feel rather cold after a frosty start but will stay largely dry with plenty of sunshine during the morning. The sunshine will become slightly hazier as higher cloud builds through the afternoon and a maximum temperature of 9 °C is to be expected.
Read all the latest on the traffic and weather news in our live blog below.
It has now been confirmed that the accident on the A30 near the Heamoor roundabout in Penzance has been cleared.
Traffic management site Inrix is reporting an accident on the A30 near the Heamoor Roundabout.
Traffic is understood to be coping well.
There are reports of a broken down vehicle on Lansdowne Road near Lansdowne Place in Penzance.
There are reports of a broken down vehicle on the A38 near the Notter Bridge turn off.
Traffic management site Inrix said traffic is coping well.
An investigation has been launched in Padstow after a roll of toilet paper was set alight in the town's public toilets.
The town's fire crew were called out to Link Road car park earlier today to reports of a building fire in the car park.
On arrival the crew found a toilet roll had been set on fire filling the room with smoke.
A spokesman said: "The incident has been reported to the police."
Traffic is flowing better on at A30 at Heamoor near Penzance after a broken down vehicle was removed.
Traffic has returned to normal on the A39 Eastbound between West Hill and A389 near Wadebridge following an incident earlier this morn
Traffic is easing according to Inrix after a brokwn down tractor partially clocked the A30 westbound for an hour and a hald.
It was cleared at 15:20 before the A390 at Chiverton Cross roundabout.
Tregony Road near Parkengear Vean surgery is now cleared following an earlier accident.
Inrix is reporting that there is a broken down tractor on the A30 westbound before Chiverton Cross roundabout.
Inrix says there have been reports of an accident on Tregony Road near Parkengear Vean (the surgery), in Probus.
Traffic is said to be coping well.
Road temperatures staying up, so no planned salt spreading on Cornwall's roads today. Drive safely! #CornwallWinter
the #TFC71 inbound to Derriford Hospital from Liskeard for 11.30 has been cancelled due to a traffic collision.
Devon and Cornwall Police have been contacted for an update.
Due to a traffic collision in Liskeard, the #TFC71 inbound to Derriford Hospital for 11.30 has been cancelled. Thank you for your patience – inspectors and emergency services are on their way to assist.
We regret to inform you that the #TFC26 1254 Bodmin to St Austell will not run. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
#Cornwall At Redruth on the A393 Sandy Lane around St Day Road there’s busy traffic due to temporary lights.

Between Perranwell and Goonhavern on the A3075 there’s slow traffic both ways due to roadworks.[SG]
#Cornwall At Bodmin on the A389 Dunmere Road there’s slow traffic both ways due to temporary traffic lights.

On the A390 at Fairy Cross there are delays in both directions due to temporary lights.[SG]
#Devon #Cornwall No problems on the Tamar Bridge or the Torpoint Ferry.[SG]
Here's the general weather forecast for the region today from the Met Office.
You can expect things to brighten up across Cornwall, but temperatures will feel a little colder than recent days with winds becoming gusty in the early hours of the evening.

Today:

Feeling rather cold after a frosty start. But staying largely dry with plenty of sunshine during the morning. The sunshine becoming slightly hazier as higher cloud builds through the afternoon. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Tonight:

Remaining cloudy through the evening and overnight but staying dry. Winds strengthening and becoming gusty by the early hours. Feeling chilly, but less frosty than Thursday night under cloudier skies. Minimum temperature 4 °C.

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