About 30,000 homes without power amid “relentless” snow.
Up to 20cm (8 inches) of fresh snow was reported in some locations, closing highways and disrupting flights into and out of Vaclav Havel, Prague’s international airport.
The storm pulled down numerous trees, closing roads and train lines. The city of Kladno, just to the west of Prague, declared a state of emergency, according to Czech television.
The snowstorm also affected neighboring Germany, where the World Cup skiing race and a giant slalom at Garmisch-Partenkirchen were called off amid relentless snow. A downhill race was cancelled for the same reason.
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