Snow in the UK: Your pictures and snow map
Wednesday 13 January 2010
It's still snowing in the UK, and we'd like to see your pictures of the beauty, the carnage and all the other effects of the extreme weather across the country.
Send your pictures to us at email@example.com , preferably in jpg format and no large than 1MB in filesize, along with your name and where and when the picture was taken.
Have a look at the best shots in the gallery to the right and here, which we'll keep updated throughout the day.
Also, courtesy of developer Ben Marsh, keep track of where it's snowing live with the map below. To report snowfall in your area, tweet the first half of your postcode followed by the hashtag #UKsnow and a rating of the snow out of ten (0/10 for nothing, 5/10 for steady snow and 10/10 for arctic blizzard conditions).
For a full version of the map, click here.
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