Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
A stormy time for Europe
The end of May and the beginning of June 2016 saw a particularly stormy period over Europe.
Bow wave over the Baltic Sea
In May 2016 an upstream wave developed in shallow fog due to an island blocking the fog's advection over the Baltic Sea.
Large hailstones and lightning in Central Europe
On 23 May 2016 severe storms caused heavy rain, large hailstones and numerous lightning strikes to hit parts of central Europe.
Tracing cold air channelling
Cold air that moved north of the synoptic ridge was channelling between the Alps and the Western Carpathians, swirling behind the mountains in the lower levels.
Cyclone Ivan brings massive dust storm
Cyclone Ivan brought an impressive low that carried huge amounts of dust to parts of Europe at the end of March.
Widespread lee waves over southern Europe
Using a combination of Meteosat satellite data experts were able to to pinpoint lee waves over Southern Europe and the Mediterranean Sea in February 2016.
Long lasting Upper Level Cut-off Low
An Upper Level Low that formed on 28 January over the Iberian Peninsula, lasted for eight days. It travelled over the African continent, before decaying over north-east Africa.