Sylvain rides his snowboard on a snow-covered street during a snowfall in Lausanne, Switzerland, Thursday, March 1, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
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Europe, air travel disruptedThe snowstorms, unusual for much of Europe at this time of year, left roads blocked, thousands of drivers stranded and schools shut.Experiencing the worst weather in decades, up to 90 centimeters of snow and temperatures as low as minus-10.3Britain's two busiest airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, both said flights would be canceled.More than 150 flights were canceled at Dublin airport.Snowfall in northern Italy forced the cancelation of 50 percent of regional trains, while in the city of Naples, schools were shut.Near the city of Montpellier, around 2,000 drivers were stranded on a motorway, causing anger from those sitting behind the wheel for hours on end.
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