Ski resorts in the Alps are being forced to shut down due to a lack of snow because Europe there has no snowfall in the new year. Temperatures for January have reached an all-time high in a number of nations across Europe breaking record minimum winter temperatures in eight countries - and regional records in another three.
Warsaw, Poland, saw 18.9C (66F) on Sunday while Bilbao, Spain, was 25.1C - more than 10C above average.
so activists have called for faster action on climate change because there will be no ski season in the alps with global temperatures rises
Additionally, there have been pollen warnings issued because plants are blooming early because of how warm it's been, and with the high temperatures European governments have gotten a short-term gas-price respite because the fears of a cold winter haven't appeared.