How to prepare for winter weather travel warning
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued a winter travel advisory for Europe and the United States, with the warnings to include snow, sleet, and heavy rain.
Snow is expected to start to fall this weekend in Europe and in the United Kingdom and Scotland this week, while the snow and sleet in the U.S. and Canada is expected later this week.
The agency said the winter weather is expected in most of the European Union and parts of Western Europe.
Snow and sleeting will be the major threats to people and property.
The agency also warned against taking public transportation, walking, and taking the bus, metro, or subway.
A lack of snow is also expected to have an impact on people who live in the areas with the highest amounts of snow accumulation.
Snow could cause problems for drivers and pedestrians as they walk across roads and drive through open areas, the agency said.
The cold temperatures will also affect people’s health and well-being, the EASA said.
A snowstorm is possible over Europe in the coming days.
The storm could also affect travel between Europe and North America and could be a risk for those traveling through areas where snow is possible.EASS says it expects to have the winter travel warning issued by the end of February.