How's That Whole "Climate Change" BS Working Out for You, Algore?
Hundreds of passengers slept in airports in France and Germany as they waited for their cancelled flights to be rescheduled
Thousands of flights and train services have been cancelled across Europe because of snow and ice, leaving many travellers stranded.
Few flights were leaving London Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, and one third of flights were cancelled in major hubs like Paris and Frankfurt.
Departures from Brussels airport were to be cancelled until Wednesday due to a lack of de-icing liquid.
Roads in a number of countries have been described as treacherous.
The UK, France and Germany were among the worst-hit areas, with forecasters warning of freezing weather all week.
There were severe delays on the Eurostar rail service between the UK and France and Belgium, and Thalys trains between France and Belgium were also affected as speed restrictions hit rail travel in England and northern France.
Lines of delayed passengers snaked for several hundred metres outside London's St Pancras station, and Eurostar - which has been turning away even those with bookings - urged travellers to cancel or postpone their trips if possible.
Snow? In Europe? In Late December? Whodathunkit??