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No Buses, No Flights, Isolated Iceland

Heavy and strong wind has brought Iceland to a stand-still. The Ring Road, which leads out of east Reykjavík has been closed since yesterday afternoon, and rescue teams have been helping stranded people who are stuck in their cars along the road.

snow-rvk_psSnow in Reykjavík. Photo by Páll Stefánsson.

All domestic flights has been cancelled today, and bus service to the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the west and Akureyri in the north has also been cancelled, according to mbl.is

The police have asked people with smaller vehicles not to use them in the capital area. The streets of Reykjavík are full of snow and ice.

The forecast is not good, predicting heavy snowfall for the next 48 hours, plus wind. No weather to explore Iceland.

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