Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Storm Ana hits parts of Europe
Storm Ana caused widespread severe weather across Europe, from high winds to heavy snowfall, in the second week of December 2017.
Medicane Numa over the Ionian Sea
Numa was a Mediterranean tropical-like cyclone, or Medicane, with the properties of a subtropical cyclone.
Hurricane Ophelia's transition
In mid-October Ophelia transitioned from a hurricane to a mid-latitude low, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to parts of Ireland and the UK.
Overnight 12-13 Sept the first of the UK/Ireland named storms of the 2016/2017 season crossed the British Isles. Storm Aileen brought strong winds of up to 112 km/h (70 mph).
Flash floods in Zadar and surrounding areas
In mid-September 2017 a huge mesoscale convective system (MCS) in Croatia caused flash floods, widespread material damage and even jeopardised human lives.
Floods in Cornwall
On 3 September 2017 a complex of frontal systems brought prolonged and, occasionally, heavy rain to the southwest of England, causing flooding in parts of Cornwall.
Severe thunderstorm over Istanbul
On 27 July 2017 a severe thunderstorm with hail and high winds raged over the Istanbul area in Turkey.
Severe flooding in Cornwall
The small village of Coverack in West Cornwall was badly damaged by flooding after a storm brought torrential rain to the area on 18 July 2017.
Very hot summer's day in the Iberian peninsula
After a hot period in mid-June 2017, the Iberian Peninsula suffered a second heat wave in the second week of July, peaking on 13 July with a record maximum air temperature of 47.3 °C at Montoro, near Cordoba.
Thunderstorms over parts of Central and Eastern Europe
In late-June 2017 a record breaking spell of hot weather a short wave trough crossed the UK and moved east over western Europe setting of a series of large and long-lived thunderstorms over Denmark, Germany and Poland.