Residents in St John's, Newfoundland, shovel snow after more than 28 inches (70 centimeters) of snow fell in 24 hours in the provincial capital.
It was so bad a state of emergency was declared.
A private helicopter could be seen on Friday (January 11) using its propellers to remove thick layers of snow on top of trees along the highway connecting the towns of Taufkirchen and Holzkirchen, close to the German city of Munich.
Heavy snowfall in Austria and Germany resulted in the deaths of seven people, Austrian media reported on January 7, with thousands cut off in mountain regions.
A second winter storm in under a week has battered the northeastern United States, grounding planes, closing schools and knocking out electricity.
Burst pipes leave thousands without water while several meters of snow in Wales and Cumbria means some communities have been cut off for nearly a week.
The Siberian weather system sweeping the continent has been linked to 24 deaths across Europe, according to AFP.
A satellite photographed Paris after last week's exceptional snowfall, resulting in stunning views of the City of Lights from 800 km above ground.
Heavy snowfall shut down two of the main airport's runways and created chaos on the city's highways.
Heavy snowfall in Moscow on Saturday and Sunday led to the death of a least one man.
European volunteers are on high alert, as are the police, as thick blizzards act as no deterrent to migrants trying to reach France via the Alps, risking their lives.
Wind chills were forecast to fall as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius in some areas
Thousands of flights were cancelled and iconic tourist spots blanketed in snow as the Big Apple was hit by a Big Freeze
The weather phenomenon involves a rapid drop of pressure within a 24-hour period and brings blizzard conditions with heavy winds and waves.
A 16-year old German boy has died after starting a snowball fight with friends and touching an electric line above a train