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Heavy snow, ice, rain and thunderstorms will hit travel hard across the south-central United States from Friday to Saturday.
CHICAGO, USA – A severe storm has lead to the cancellation of close to 1,000 flights into and out of airports in Chicago, where up to 10 inches of snow is forecasted to drop down into northern Illin
PARIS - Snow on the roof of a Terminal 2E at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport caused evacuation of 2,000 people on Friday, according to the airport source.
Hundreds of travellers were stranded over the weekend at airports and railway stations and stuck on snow-bound motorways with their holiday plans in ruins as bad weather conditions — freezing temper
FRANKFURT, Germany - Flight and terminal operations at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) have almost returned to normal again.
Heavy snowfall has forced a border closure between France and Luxembourg and stranded thousands of airline passengers in Germany's busiest airport.
A winter storm warning is once again in effect for the US northeast and mid-Atlantic on Thursday and Friday. Heavy snowfall is expected during this period, with estimates at 10 to 20 inches.
Due to a winter weather system currently affecting the US mid-Atlantic and northeast, some flight operations may be affected, resulting in flight delays and/or cancellations.
Severe winter weather is expected across the US midwest and southeast starting tomorrow and through the next two days after that, which may necessitate changes in travel plans.
BERLIN – A plane slid off an icy runway and powerful winds and heavy snow forced hundreds of flight cancellations across Europe on Saturday as blasts of freezing cold buffeted Europe.
Icy weather continues across Georgia and South Carolina, hampering travel. Overnight temperatures are expected to be in the teens to lower 20s through the weekend, with a chance of snow on Thursday.
As many as 21 states are under some type of winter weather watch, warning, or advisory in what appears to be a repeat of the Midwest blizzard that struck December 8-9.
It is one for the record books in many areas along the east coast. The winter snowstorm dumped up to two feet of snow from the Carolinas to Cape Cod bringing airports and roadways to a standstill.
According to the National Weather Service, a powerful upper-level storm will track across central Alabama into Southern Georgia on Sunday, March 1 and Sunday night, March 2.
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