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MARKETING | Staff Reporter, UK

McDonald's uses its products and a giant screen to denote weather conditions

It has teamed up with the Met Office to bring Britain’s weather to life on giant screens throughout the country.

Leo Burnett London was tasked with bringing the small talk staple to life by reimagining a typical menu as weather icons representing live temperature and 5-day forecasts.

The resulting weather map does away with more traditional icons to use the likes of an unwrapped burger to represent the sun and an upended box of French fries to denote rain. This unorthodox language consists of eight menu items in all to help denote the full range of April weather.

Hannah Pain, senior brand manager at McDonald’s said, “We are very excited to be using some of our most loved products to join in the very topical April weather conversation.”

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