Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Large dust plume ejecting off west Africa
Saharan dust heading for Europe in Feb 2021; second major dust outbreak of the season
Storm Justine hits the Azores
At the end of January 2021 a series of storms formed in North Atlantic, one of them moving close to the Azores.
Gulf Stream visible off Virginia coast
In January 2021, a gap in the clouds gave a clear view on the Gulf Stream east of Virginia.
Ex-Tropical Storm Chalane crosses southern African subcontinent
Tropical Storm Chalane landfall in Madagascar and Mozambique in December 2020 then crossed the entire South African subcontinent.
Iceberg A68-A curves around South Georgia
The breakup of Iceberg A68-A, in December 2020, was observed in Meteosat and GOES imagery.
Subtropical Storm Theta
Subtropical storm Theta formed in the Atlantic Ocean early morning 10 November 2020.
End of a busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season
The 2020 North Atlantic hurricane season was record-breaking, with 30 named tropical storms.
Multiple perspectives on Hurricane Dorian
Data from a combination of EUMETSAT-operated satellites contributed to monitoring of the record-breaking Hurricane Dorian during September 2019
Hurricane Michael was strongest hurricane on record in the Florida Panhandle, when it hit the US in early October 2018.
Hurricane Florence was the first major hurricane of the 2018 North Atlantic hurricane season and caused major devastation when it hit the US east coast in mid-September.
Record-breaking 2017 hurricane season
The North Atlantic hurricane season on 2017 has proved to be both devastating and record-breaking so far.