The French capital is facing winds of up to 120km/h (75mph), forecasters say.
The country is on storm alert with the French Atlantic coast expected to be worst hit. The airports are due to reopen at 0800 (0700GMT) on Tuesday.
But forecasters predict the storm will not be as bad as the one that lashed
Travellers have been asked not to head to either the city's Charles de Gaulle or
Charles de Gaulle is one the busiest airports in
Ferries are also affected. Services between
Brittany Ferries has postponed the inaugural sailing on Tuesday of its service from Roscoff to
The French navy has also put three rescue vessels on stand-by to sail to the aid of any shipping in difficulty. Sand bags have been deployed on sea-fronts exposed to potential flooding.
Forecasters are also predicting another freezing night in the Scottish Highlands, after temperatures on Sunday night dropped to -18C (-0.4F), which the Met Office said was the lowest temperature since January 2003.