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Severe storm causes close to 1000 flight cancellations in Chicago

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

First day of 2013 sets snow record in America

STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - The first day of 2013 marked the widest coverage of snow the US has seen on January 1 in the past 10 years.

Snow slowly building on Mount Kilimanjaro

TANZANIA, Africa (eTN) - Standing as the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is slowly regaining its snow after several years of drought in East Africa and the effects of climate change in A

Fresh snowfall draws tourists to Himachal Pradesh

Scores of tourists thronged Himachal Pradesh's high altitude regions on Sunday to witness the fresh snowfall.

Heavy snowfall snarls bullet trains in Japan

As much as 8 feet of snow has fallen in parts of Japan since Sunday, slowing train travel and forcing automaker Toyota to close down 12 factories.

Snow halts travel in US northeast states

Tens of thousands of travelers had to delay plans due to a blizzard blowing into the northeastern United States today (Sunday, December 26, 2010).

Snow on roof causes evacuation of passengers at Paris airport

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.

Bad weather severely disrupts normal life across Europe

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

Airport News: Frankfurt Airport mostly back to normal operation

FRANKFURT, Germany - Flight and terminal operations at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) have almost returned to normal again.

Snow shuts down Eiffel Tower and Frankfurt Airport

Heavy snowfall has forced a border closure between France and Luxembourg and stranded thousands of airline passengers in Germany's busiest airport.

6th World Congress on Snow and Mountain Tourism

Under the title, "Reinventing Snow and Mountain Tourism to Attract New Customers," tourism experts from around the world will analyze the present situation of the snow and mountain tourist segment and

Winter storms continue to botch travel in the US northeast and...

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.

New York to get more snow

According to a forecast by the National Weather Service, the New York metropolitan area may receive an additional three to six inches of snow tonight and tomorrow.

Winter weather may stall travel across US mid-Atlantic and northeast

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.

Winter weather may affect travel across US midwest and southeast

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.

Frozen Europe: Hundreds of car accidents hundreds of canceled flights

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.

Snow causes travel mayhem across northern Europe

LONDON — Eurostar passengers faced new winter misery Thursday with another high-speed train breaking down in the Channel Tunnel, while heavy snow also left thousands in Britain with no electricity.

More winter weather may alter travel plans in the US

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.

Warm weather hurts Bulgaria’s skiing tourism

Unseasonably warm weather has hurt the number of tourists that Bulgaria's winter resort Pamporovo has hoped to attract, news agency Focus reported on January 2 2010.

Midwest winter storms bring snow, sleet, freezing rain, and altered travel...

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.

US east coast winter storm continues to aggravate travel

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.

Colorado offers free trip to “snow virgins”

People who have never seen snow or built a snowman are getting a chance to do it in Colorado, in a big way.

Winter storm moving through Atlanta may affect travel

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.

Avalanches kill 3 tourists

VIENNA, Austria: Avalanches in the Austrian Alps killed three German ski tourists Sunday and blocked several roads in the Vorarlberg and Tyrol provinces, officials said.

Snow causes flight cancellations in US

Snow, ice, and rain will continues to pummel the central plains and western midwest states, spreading eastward. The heaviest snow appears likely from Iowa across the lower Great Lakes.

Snow traps tourist buses in Sally Gap

Tourists had to be brought down from the Wicklow Mountains yesterday when sightseeing buses got stuck in heavy snow, according to local eyewitnesses.

Alps hit by two-decade decline in snowfall

PARIS — A forthcoming study has added to worries that the Alpine ski industry will be badly affected by global warming, the British weekly New Scientist reports.A "dramatic step-like drop" in the amount of snow falling in the western European mountain chain occurred in the late 1980s and since then snowfall has never recovered, it says.

Tourists cut off by avalanches following heavy snowfall in Austria

Hundreds of Britons were among thousands of tourists stranded in western Austria after heavy snowfalls.The ski resort villages of Lech, Zuers and Stuben have been hit and the Vorarlberg region is covered with snow after more than two feet fell in 24 hours.Roads from the villages have been closed since midday on Wednesday.

Chaotic rush to board trains in China

GUANGZHOU, China - Hundreds of thousands of desperate travelers, some hoisting terrified children or baggage over their heads, pushed their way onto trains Thursday as service resumed after the worst winter storms in decades paralyzed China.

Over half a million passengers stranded at China train station

BEIJING - Wild winter weather across China left hundreds of thousands of people stranded on Monday and crippled energy and transport, stoking fears of rising deaths and economic damage blighting the biggest holiday of the year.