Portuguese Air Force fighter F-16 (R) and Canadian Air Force fighter CF-18 Hornet patrol over Baltics air space, from the Zokniai air base near Siauliai on Thursday
A pedestrian walks along the banks of the Neris river as temperatures dipped to minus 18 degrees centigrade in Vilnius, Lithuania, on Monday.
People wrap up warm against the cold in Vilnius as snow continues to fall across the country and temperatures hover bearly above zero degree Celsius (32 Fahrenheit). Mindaugas Kulbis/AP
Many complain about the cold weather affecting much of the UK, but other parts of Europe are feeling the big freeze too. The news is not bad for everyone though. Easyjet put out a good set of numbers and Carolyn McCall, chief executive, believes the company halving of pre-tax losses from 2011-12 has been helped by the prolonged cold snap.