Five dead as snowstorm engulfs US East Coast
Storm-related incidents claimed five lives and forecasters warned of 40mph (64km/h) winds in what may be the worst snowstorm in a decade. Snowfall is due to reach 22in overnight in the Baltimore-Washington DC area, the heaviest since 2003
Heavy snow causes travel chaos in parts of England .
Up to 20cm (8in) fell on Thursday night and many drivers had to spend the night in their cars or abandon vehicles. The AA, the UK's biggest breakdown organisation, said it had been a busy night and morning, with breakdowns coming in at a rate of 1,500 every hour.
Beijing’s Heaviest Snow in 54 Years Strands Thousands .
the heaviest snowfall in the Chinese capital in at least 54 years blanketed the city for the third day this month. China suffered an estimated 151.65 billion yuan ($22 billion) in direct economic losses almost 20 months ago when the country’s south was covered by the most severe snowstorms in five decades.
Heaviest snow in 20 years brings large parts of Britain to a halt.
The heaviest snowfall in 20 years has closed thousands of schools and caused transport chaos up the eastern side of Britain, with London and the surrounding areas the hardest hit
Las Vegas gets heaviest snow fall in 30 years .
The rare winter storm brought the Nevada city to a halt, forcing cancellations to flights and closing major highways
Heaviest Snow in 18 Years Brings Much of Europe to a Halt.
The British capital ground to a halt on Monday after the worst snowstorm in 18 years caused hundreds of flight cancellations and virtually shut down public transportation
Ski resorts throughout Europe decided to open this weekend after reports suggested November had the heaviest snowfall in the last decade.
A large amount of snowfall in November has prompted some of Europe’s biggest snow resorts to open ahead of schedule this year. Ski resorts throughout Europe decided to open this weekend after reports suggested November had the heaviest snowfall in the last decade.
Ski slopes in the Alpine have experienced up to 60cm of snow, whilst the Pyrenees has had even more than that. The promising start to the ski holiday season is a welcome boost following suggestions that global warming could affect the multi-million pound business
Heavy Snow Kills Dozens in Asia.
Iranian Red Crescent aid workers help motorists stuck in snow on the Zanjan-Qazvin highway northwest of Tehran.
The heaviest snowfall in the country in more than a decade has killed at least 21 people, the Associated Press reported
If we really are in the grip of either Man Made/Natural Global Warming, then why is it that we are getting random, large SnowStorms across different countries?