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Weather and travel in the UK

The UK is in the grip of its longest cold snap for almost 30 years, and severe weather warnings are still in place across parts of the UK for both snow and ice.

Use the interactive maps below to check on the weather forecast and major road closures.

FORECAST FROM BBC WEATHER

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UK forecast for 28/07/2014

Map Key

  • land colour Land
  • cloud colour Cloud
  • Lakes, Rivers & Sea colour Lakes, Rivers & Sea

Fog

Fog Colour Range
Light
Heavy

Frost

Frost Colour Range
Light
Heavy

Pressure Fronts

Cold Front Illustration
Cold
Warm Front Illustration
Warm
Occluded Front Illustration
Occluded

Rain

Rain Colour Range
Light
Heavy
Extreme

Snow

Snow Colour Range
Light
Heavy

Temperature tab only

Temperature (°C)

Temperature range chart

UK ROAD NETWORK FROM BBC TRAVEL


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