Aerial pictures show extent of severe flooding in the historic northern English city of York after it experienced heavy flooding over the festive weekend.
Snow storms hit Texas after devastating tornadoes that killed scores of people across the country.
Flooding and travel delays are likely over the holiday weekend for a swath of south and central United States stretching from Texas to Kentucky, bringing up to a foot of rain in some places and killing at least four, weather forecasters said Saturday.
PARIS, FRANCE / LONDON, ENGLAND, UK / COLOGNE & MUNICH & OFFENBACH, GERMANY / BRUSSELS, BELGIUM / MADRID, SPAIN / GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (REUTERS) – Temperatures across Europe broke records with a high expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius, or 104 degrees Fahrenheit in some cities.
People cool off in the shade as extremely hot temperatures sweep across Europe, rising to 38 degrees in Paris.
Britons bask in warmest day of the year as public health officials issue heatwave warnings.
Budget airline easyJet is testing automated drones to perform safety inspections of grounded aircraft. The drones scan the aircraft for signs of damage following incidents such as lightning or bird strike, and quickly identify any issues, so the amount of time the planes are out of action is substantially reduced.
Texas governor says flooding that has killed at least three people is the worst he has ever seen.
North Indians reel under scorching sun and extreme heat wave which kills 335 across India. People use all means to pacify the heat’s effect, but in vain.
National disaster agency officials advise the public to take care as an approaching typhoon heads to the Philippines over the Easter holidays.