With snow continuing to blanket parts of Europe – and more on the way – London’s Heathrow Airport canceled a fifth of all flights, stranding hundreds of passengers overnight.
On average, some 1,300 flights leave Heathrow daily.
Meanwhile, airlines scrapped 40 percent of flights to Paris’ main airports, with Air France predicting a similar number of cancellations on Monday.
Additionally, local media said some 25,000 homes lost power in southwestern France.
British children just aren’t going to know what green grass looks like.
Remember Dr David Viner saying that “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is”? (See http://iceagenow.info/2011/10/snowfalls/)