Parts of Britain are colder than the Arctic as a snowy blast dubbed "the Beast from the East" hits the country.
While conditions plummet across much of Europe, the weather is even weirder in the Arctic where temperatures have reached shocking highs.
In Greenland, the northern tip was above zero for more than 24 hours as warm air spilled into the area. A Met Office spokesperson said the highs are due to contortions in the jet stream driven by a sudden stratospheric warming.
In other parts of the Arctic Circle like Longyearbyen in Svalbard, temperatures will likely reach 4C today, according to Accuweather.
The North Pole is warmer than much of Europe right now. https://t.co/7hWpF0EysY