X

Cookies

Continue We want you to get the most out of using this website, which is why we and our partners use cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to receive these cookies. You can find out more about how we use cookies here.

Monday, 27 April 2015

Subscriptions  |  evouchers  |  Jobs  |  Property  |  Motors  |  Travel  |  Dating  |  Family Notices

Weather warnings as snow causes traffic chaos in parts of Cumbria

HEAVY snow in parts of Cumbria is causing severe disruption on the region's roads.

Barrow, Ulverston and Millom are unlikely to be unduly troubled by the weather but the snow is heavier in parts of the Lake District.

Weather warnings are in place in parts of the county and travel is being affected in the east of the county.

Exit slip roads at junction 37 of the M6, near Kendal, are closed due to the snow. The Kirkstone Pass, A592, has been closed because of snow between the Troutbeck junction and the Hartsop junction.

There is a wider reaching warning that the cold conditions could lead to ice on the roads and motorists should take care.

Have your say

Be the first to comment on this article!

Make your comment

Your name

Your Email

Your Town/City

Your comment


SHARE THIS ARTICLE

North West Evening Mail What's on search










Powered by
nwemail.co.uk/jobs

Hot Jobs

Loading latest hot jobs...
Powered by Zoopla.co.uk






Featured companies

Searching for featured companies...
Search for:

Vote

Do signs telling visitors FGH is a ‘failing hospital’ go too far?

Yes

No

Show Result

Vote

Should social media sites be doing more to stop cyber bullying?

Yes

No

Show Result

Vote

Will Barrow AFC have a successful season in the Conference in 2015-2016?

Yes

No

Show Result

Vote

Will you be voting in the 2015 General Election?

Yes

No

Show Result


Resource Cumbria

Choosing a pre-school

Luscombe Plant Hire

Great Daffodil appeal 2015

Homes and gardens 21

Power
to switch


To save our contact details direct to your smartphone simply scan this QR code

North West Evening Mail

Evening Mail Going Out