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.
Roofers blow a whistle to alert people below to beware of falling snow and ice.
The alpine village of Sestriere, in the Piedmont region, was blanketed as were several regions in Europe over the past week.
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.
The Yorkshire Dales were covered in a thick layer of snow this week as Storm Darcy hit the UK.
Both the UK and northern parts of Germany were coated in a white blanket of snow.
Several households were evacuated after a landslide near Wangen, southern Germany, on Thursday.
2020, the hottest year on record wrapped up the hottest decade ever. Although global lockdowns have not stifled the warming climate, the global health crisis might nudge us into climate action.
Flood warnings in parts of northern England and Wales are in force after Storm Christoph brought swollen rivers and hundreds of evacuations.
The mercury is set to plunge to -50℃ and school children have been released from classes until it warms up again.
The spell of snowfall lasted from Sunday to Wednesday.
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The Bosnian army was sent to erect tents as shelter for hundreds of migrants at the burnt-out Lipa camp after protests.
Tourism, energy production and water supplies are all tightly connected to snow availability. In a context of climate change, keeping an eye on snowfall is ever more important.
A major snowstorm has rolled into the northeast of the United States, just days after the start of a coronavirus vaccine campaign in the country, and amid a continuing surge in cases.
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Residents of Haulover, near Bilwi, northern Nicaragua, begin to rebuild their village after being devastated by successive hurricanes Eta and Iota.
Freak ice storms following an abnormal weather phenomenon have left 150,000 people without water and electricity in the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok and prompted a state of emergency.