Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Winter convection over UK, snowy European mountains
Variety of European weather seen on high resolution Meteosat-10 imagery.
Major eruption from Mount Etna
Preceded by a series of underground tremors, the most recent paroxysm of Etna took place on Saturday, 26 October 2013.
Dust in the Free State (South Africa)
On 19 September 2013, between 08:30 UTC and 12:00 UTC, a dust storm was observed on the Dust RGB over the central part of South Africa, in the Province known as the Free State.
Smoke & dust streamers over Argentina seen by Met-10
Strong winds, high temperatures, and months of drought fuelled an outbreak of wildfire in northern Argentina in September 2013.
Oil fires in Iraq seen by Meteosat-10
A large smoke plume from oil fires at a crude oil pipeline in Iraq could be clearly seen by Meteosat-10.
Early morning river valley fog over DR Congo
River valley fog frequently develops in the night-time and quickly dissolves in the morning hours.
Dust travelled from W Africa to Lesser Antilles
The dust outbreak, which was quite strong for July/August, started on 28/29 July.
Smoke plume from fire in Mallorca seen by Meteosat-10
A raging fire burned through the island's parkland, in the Tramuntana mountains, along the northern coastline.
Smoke from major fire in the UK
Smoke from a major fire in the West Midlands, England, can be seen moving eastwards across the country.
Dust outbreak over Mediterranean and SE Europe
Dust from North Africa, embedded in a frontal system, sweeps over the Eastern Mediterranean, from west to east.
Large dust storms over Sudan, Libya and the Middle East
On 13 May 2004, Meteosat-8 observed five major dust storms within a satellite field of view of about 1200 x 900 pixels.