Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Arc of thick cloud over the Mediterranean
An arc of thick cloud (dark red) marks the presence of a low-pressure system over the eastern Mediterranean and the winds at higher levels.
Snow-covered Eastern Europe seen through high cloud
Through high cloud from a Mediterranean low, Eastern Europe appeared under an extended snow cover.
Severe thunderstorm in Western Kenya and Uganda
An upper level cirrus outflow boundary brought thunderstorms to Lake Victoria basin in Western Kenya and Uganda overnight 24/25 March.
Widespread snowfall in the lowlands of the Alps
Copious precipitation falling into very dry air of north foehn origin, caused unusually widespread snowfall in the lowlands south of the Alps.
Low pressure brought contrasting weather to Europe
A low pressure system over France produced very contrasting weather across Europe.
Spectacular eruption of Mount Etna
The spectacular eruption of Mount Etna on 5 March occurred under heavy cloud cover, making it very difficult to see from above.