Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Tropical Cyclone Anais heading towards Madagascar
Anais, a category-3 tropical cyclone, entered the field of view of Meteosat-9 as it moved slowly towards Madagascar.
Deep trough in the South Atlantic
A deep trough in the South Atlantic created a picturesque cloud scene southwest of South Africa.
Intense surface and cut-off low over South Africa
An intense cold front and associated cut-off low passed over South Africa between 13 and 14 July 2012.
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.
Von Kármán vortex street near Madeira
Downstream to the west of the isle of Madeira, a von Kármán vortex street can be seen.
Dust engulfs the Canary Islands
The dust, which is trapped in the boundary layer, flows around the island of Gran Canaria.
Tropical cyclone Irina over the Mozambique Channel
Using Meteosat data to map the development and path of Tropical Cyclone Irina in February and March 2012.
Two eyewall replacement cycles in TC Giovanna
This Meteosat-9 HRV loop shows two eyewall replacement cycles in Tropical Cyclone Giovanna.