Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Twin tropical storms Eunice and Diamondra
At the end of January, a few days after the tropical cyclone twins Bansi and Chedza, another pair of tropical depressions developed in the Southern Indian Ocean.
Thunderstorm squall line sweeps over Uttar Pradesh
In early summer a squall line crossed the northern India Ganges plain from west to east causing widespread thunderstorms.
Tropical Cyclone Nargis strikes Myanmar
According to Wikipedia, Tropical Cyclone Nargis was a strong tropical cyclone that caused the deadliest natural disaster in the recorded history of Burma (officially known as Myanmar).
Tropical Cyclone Sidr strikes Bangladesh
Tropical Cyclone Sidr was the fourth named storm of the 2007 North Indian Ocean cyclone season.
Category 4 tropical cyclone Gonu hits Oman
On 3–8 June 2007 a tropical cyclone developed into category 4 storm Gonu and, travelling from the Arabian Sea into the Gulf of Oman, hit the northern Omani coast without making landfall.
Ship trails in the region off the Bay of Biscay
An exceptional case of ship trails was observed over the Bay of Biscay during a high-pressure situation on 26-27 January.
Severe storms over Switzerland & Germany
During the evening of 27 June severe thunderstorms rapidly developed over Switzerland and Germany.