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How melting Arctic ice is driving more snow over Europe
A new study has linked the 2018 Beast from the East snowstorm to melting ice in the Arctic.
Warnings issued for homeless after Arctic blast hits northern Europe
An aid group has said at least four people had been found frozen to death in Germany alone.
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.
Thick plume of Sahara dust causes air pollution spike in Europe
The cloud of fine sand blown northward from Algeria tinted skies red and mixed with fresh snowfall in the Alps and Pyrenees, leaving slopes looking orange.
How a new EU project is helping cities plan ahead for sea storms
In this episode of Smart Regions, Euronews explores how a new EU project is helping to safeguard cities from floods.
Alps glacier threatens collapse in Italian valley
A 500,000 cubic metre chunk of the Planpincieux Glacier is on the verge of breaking away because of high temperatures.
France experiences driest July in more than 60 years
According to Météo France, from July 1 to July 28, average precipitation represented only 28% of normal values across the country, making last month the driest July since 1959.
UK weather radar confuses insect swarms for rain
A swarm of ants flying over the UK was so big on Friday that it was picked up on radar and confused for rain, the Met Office has said.
Storm Amelie hits regions in France, Spain and Italy
Storm Amelie hits regions in France, Spain and Italy causing extreme flooding.
Tornadoes and 'whirlwinds' cause havoc in parts of northern Europe
Parts of northern Europe experienced tornadoes and 'whirlwinds' on Friday evening.
Dramatic waterspout forms off coast of Italian port town | The Cube
Videos and photos posted to social media show an enormous waterspout that formed off the coast of Italy's Vietri Sul Mare
Never-ending stream of floats glide down the Fyris River
The 30th of April, Walpurgis Eve – referred to as ‘Sista april’ or ‘Valborg’ in Swedish – is the celebration of spring arriving in Sweden.
Helping Europe's homeless as cold snap bites
One Brussels mayor gives police powers of arrest, if those sleeping rough don't go to shelters.
High pressure pushing cold air from Siberia to the south is what's mak
High pressure is drawing cold air from Siberia and dumping it further south and west that it usually does, UK Met Office meteorologist Martin Bowles told Euronews.
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