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At least 16 dead after Storm Eunice sweeps across northern Europe
After passing over the British Isles, Storm Eunice struck France, the Benelux countries, Denmark, Germany and Poland — uprooting trees, taking out power lines and disrupting rail services.
Storm Eunice: Brits braced for rail, road and air travel disruption
Flights from Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted Airports have been cancelled as pilots contend with gale force winds of over 90mph.
O2 Arena damaged as storm batters UK and heads for northern Europe
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the army is on standby Friday as Storm Eunice is expected to bring gusts of wind of up to 130km/h.
Storms kill four people and disrupt travel across northern Europe
Gusts of up to 152 kilometres per hour were recorded in northern Germany as Storm Ylenia swept through.
World record lightning bolt 'as long as London to Hamburg' distance
It spread over an incredible 768 kilometres.
Winter storm Malik hits northern Europe, kills at least four
Storm Malik brought strong gusts of wind and extensive rain and snowfall to the Nordic countries after hitting Scotland and Germany particularly bad.
Snow storms wreak havoc between Poland and the Baltic states
Blizzards have paralysed traffic on the main road between Poland and the Baltic States while gale force winds and snow have battered highways in Lithuania.
Heavy snowfall wreaks havoc in Serbia and much of Balkans
Heavy snowfall covered Belgrade and much of the Balkans on Sunday, disrupting transportation and cancelling flights.
At least four people killed as storm pounds Istanbul
A number of Turkish Airlines flights to Istanbul were also diverted to the cities of Ankara and Izmir.
Two people killed by falling trees as Storm Arwen batters UK
The country is now under amber or yellow alert depending on the area.
Honey harvest expected to decline dramatically in France
Honey production this year in France will be less than half of that of 2020, due to the unfavourable climatic conditions of spring and summer.
At least five people killed as storms sweep across central Europe
A train driver in Germany and four others in Poland have died after storms swept across central Europe.
Strong winds cause damage, disruptions in western Europe
A quarter of a million French homes were without electricity on Thursday and trains were also halted in Netherlands and Germany after powerful winds swept through Western Europe.
Hundreds of hot air balloons light up the sky at the world’s largest festival
Hot air balloons returned to the New Mexico skyline last week at the 49th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Two people killed as strong thunderstorm hits Czech Republic
Strong thunderstorms accompanied by high winds and torrential rains hit the southern Czech Republic on Thursday, leading to two deaths.
Dozens feared missing after mudslide tears through town in Japan
A powerful mudslide has torn through dozens of home in Atami, 100 kilometres from Tokyo, after heavy rains deluged the town on Saturday.
Huge thunderstorms prompt accidents in Germany, France & Switzerland
Hundreds of firefighters were deployed in southern and western Germany as well as in northern France on Monday evening.
Deadly tornado rips through the Czech Republic
The tornado formed on Thursday night during a series of thunderstorms across the entire country.
21 die in extreme weather in Chinese cross-country race
Freezing rain and gale winds hit the high-altitude race, state media reported Sunday.
'Historic' bout of frost decimates French winemakers' harvest
About "80 per cent to 90 per cent" of the harvest for Côtes du Rhône wine has been lost, according to professionals.
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Heavy snowstorm in Greece leaves thousands without electricity
In the suburbs of Athens, falling trees downed power cables, causing blackouts.
Europe's cold snap freezes Polish shoreline
The shoreline in the coastal town of Międzyzdroje froze over, turning the normally sandy beach into an Arctic landscape of snow and ice.
Heavy snowfall leaves parts of Russia blanketed in snow
The average temperature in Moscow and the region is about -13 degrees Celsius but by the end of the week, the temperature could drop to -30 degrees Celsius.
Europe fights a big freeze while Greece enjoys spring-like conditions
The heavy snow, rain and freezing conditions ushered in by Storm Darcy have led to severe disruption across Europe. It's been warmer in Greece but sub-zero conditions could arrive in the coming days.
Flood waters recede in southern France but remain high in Paris
Prime Minister Jean Castex has promised support for farmers and residents whose land was devastated.
Paris remains on flood alert as River Seine swells after heavy rain
Paris remained on flood alert on Tuesday with the River Seine's water levels still on the rise following heavy spells of rain.