Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Extensive DIBS in the Deformation Zone
In April 2020, pockmarked DIBS cloud, produced by a cyclone over the Mediterranean Sea, entered an elongated deformation zone - stretching from France to Turkey.
Damaging storms over Central Europe
Strong convective episodes occurred, at the boundary of a synoptic ridge, over a two day period in early June 2019, causing widespread damage in parts of Central Europe.
Severe flash floods in Mallorca
Overnight 9/10 October 2018 severe storms caused devastating flash floods on the Spanish island of Mallorca.
Record-breaking 2017 hurricane season
The North Atlantic hurricane season on 2017 has proved to be both devastating and record-breaking so far.
Unusual, heavy snowfalls in the Canary Islands
The snow started to fall on 18 February and continued to fall on 19 and 20 February. Snow covered all highlands from 900 metres above sea level, with traces of snow as low as 600 metres.
Tropical Cyclone Ashobaa
In early June Tropical Cyclone Ashobaa formed over the Indian Ocean, then headed towards Oman.
Spectrum of dust colours over Arabian Peninsula
A dust storm formed rapidly over the Arabian peninsula on 1 April.
Winter snow storm 'Juno' hits US East Coast
A winter storm pounded parts of the US East Coast in late-January, bringing more than 30 inches of snow to some areas.
Medicane Qendresa hits Malta and Sicily
A Medicane (MEDIterranean hurriCANE) or Tropical-Like Cyclone (TLC) brought severe weather to parts of the Mediterranean in early November.
Rippled airglow above Bangladesh storms
Evidence of ripples in the atmosphere, resulting from a storm over Bangladesh, could be seen in imagery from space and on the ground in April.
Kelut volcano eruption
On 13 February the Indonesian volcano Kelut (also known as Kelud) exploded with a powerful eruption which was seen by a number of satellites.