What you need to know about the latest travel warnings from the world’s capitals
Travelers heading to Europe, North America, Asia and beyond are being warned to be prepared for severe weather and a potentially hazardous air condition.
The European Union (EU) has posted updated travel advisories for the EU regions of Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and Greece.
While the EU is currently observing the hottest and wettest months of the year, the travel advisory states that severe weather is expected to continue through November, with temperatures topping out at 40 degrees Celsius in Germany.
The travel advisory also warns that the temperature will climb into the 30s and 40s during November and December.
The EU warned that severe air quality will also affect the region, with particulate matter exceeding European Air Quality Standards (EASQ) limits for the first time this year, and particulate pollution exceeding 5 micrograms per cubic meter.
The region also is experiencing extreme cold and snowfall, and the region is experiencing record low temperatures and snow totals.
The temperatures in some of Europe’s most populated areas, including Paris and London, are already at record lows, with the temperatures dipping below freezing in some parts of the country.
The region has also experienced snowfalls this year that have knocked trees off roofs and forced some people to evacuate.
In the U.K., temperatures are expected to plummet, with a few areas experiencing temperatures as low as -3 degrees Celsius (-9 degrees Fahrenheit).
On Thursday, the U,S.
and Canada all issued travel advisaries.
The EU states that temperatures are also expected to fall in many European cities and provinces, with wind chills expected to be as low a -10 degrees Celsius ( -21 degrees Fahrenheit) as Thursday.
The weather outlook for the United Kingdom, however, is optimistic.
The U.S. State Department has issued a travel advisory for those traveling to the U