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.
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.
Plumes of smoke drifting from America to Europe
On 25 June 2013, smoke from the large wildfires in Colorado (USA) reached Europe. This was seen in the GOME-2 and OMI aerosol images, processed at KNMI.
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.
Dust front over the Sahara
A dust front moved quickly across the Sahara and reached the Sahel after two days.
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.
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.