Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Super Typhoon Haiyan devastates the Philippines
The equivalent of a category-5 hurricane Typhoon Haiyan, possibly the strongest typhoon ever recorded, struck the Philippines causing major loss of life, flooding and extensive damage to buildings.
Typhoon Krosa over the South China Sea
Typhoon Krosa was classified as a category-1 storm when captured by Meteosat-7.
Tropical Cyclone Phailin heading towards India
Tropical Cyclone Phailin (Sapphire in Thai) was born over the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal.
Tropical Cyclone Soulik over the Pacific Ocean
Typhoon Soulik, with sustained winds of 233 km/h (145 mph) seen as it travels across the Pacific.
Quasi-stationary convective complex off the Oman
A quasi-stationary convective complex evolved under a high-pressure ridge off the Omani south coast.
Tropical Cyclone Mahasen
Tropical Cyclone Mahasen struck the southern coast of Bangladesh on 16 May.
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.
Convective activity over the Sarat ranges
Convective activity over the middle part of the Sarat ranges linked to an upper level trough.
Record Russian spring snowmelt
On 1 April Moscow had a record-breaking 65 cm (26 in) of snow on the ground, which caused major flooding when it melted.
Distinct line from the Red Sea to Kuwait
A very distinct line ran across Saudi Arabia from the Red Sea to Kuwait, formed by dry low-level air north of it (brighter colours) and humid air south of it (bluish shades).