Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Saharan dust off the Iberian pensinsula
Saharan dust, part of which originated from western Niger, crossed the Sahara northwestward and was taken up by a frontal system (faint greyish veil over water) off the Iberian pensinsula.
Heavy dust accumulation in Sudan and Niger
Dust, lifted by convection, developed, again this year, above the Sahara.
Diurnal development of the sea breeze front
Diurnal development of the sea breeze front in Yemen in May 2012.
Dust veil over the Arabian Sea
A dust veil was driving down the Gulf area and then spreading over the Arabian Sea.
Thick dust cloud passing over Oman Sea
A major dust cloud streams over the Oman Sea into Oman (seen as bright pink and red).
Extended low-cloud deck over parts of Europe
Deck of low cloud (bright brownish colour) over the eastern-northeastern fringes of a high, centred close to the English Channel.
Dust engulfs the Canary Islands
The dust, which is trapped in the boundary layer, flows around the island of Gran Canaria.
Dust veil over the Sea of Oman
Northeasterly winds drive a dust veil (dark pink) across the Sea of Oman, travelling from southernmost coast of Iran to northern coastal plane of Oman.