Bad Weather Forecasts

As the “bad” weather approaches – that’s weather that is colder and couldn’t get any wetter – the internet and especially social networking sites such as Facebook are turning into the weather watching and forecasting centres of the internet.

To help you with your weather watching and to decide whether to venture out on your bike or not – don’t forget drawing back the curtains and having a good look outside is more likely to do the job – but just in case, here are some links that should help you to decide.

…And if you come across any road faults you can report these to the Roads Service using their on-line reporting service and let us know about the fault through our own comprehensive On-line Report Survey form.

Right To Ride on Facebook – Click Here

Met Office – UK forecast

Five day forecasts are provided for around 5000 locations across the UK.

For each location the service provides a daily air quality index and three-hourly forecasts of weather, temperature, wind speed and direction, UV and feels like temperature.

Alternatively, mapped forecasts are available for temperature, rainfall, pressure and cloud.

Click Here

Traffic Watch Northern Ireland – Winter Service and Emergency News

The “Winter Service and Emergency News” page is used to supplement the Traffic News page.

The information provided is updated 24 hours a day, as necessary, with Winter Service details and roads related emergency situations.

trafficwatch Northern Ireland – Roads Service.

Click Here

Right To Ride – Report Faulty Roads at Fix A Road!

You can fill in our On-line Report Survey to help us to build a picture of the hazards that  motorcyclists face on the roads in Northern Ireland.

The on-line form will not be sent to the Roads Service – you can report a road fault to the Roads Services through their website – however you can use the relevant details you have logged in the on-line form, a copy will be emailed to you, to report the Road Hazard or Fault to Roads Service.

You can also send us pictures of the Road Hazard or Fault through our on-line form.

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