Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Massive hailstorm over Gauteng, South Africa
Severe thunderstorms with golf ball size hail and flash floods hit Gauteng province of South Africa in late November.
Severe thunderstorms over Sardinia
Flash floods caused by heavy thunderstorms tear through streets in Sardinia, submerging homes and killing at least 18 people.
Signs of severe turbulence
The 'fringing' in jet stream cirrus, seen in the imagery, indicates the likelihood of severe turbulence.
Distrails over Central Europe
A distrail, short for dissipation trail, forms when an aircraft flies through a supercooled cloud.
Monitoring tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean - 2013-2019
Cases using satellite imagery to track tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean in the 2010s.
Dust in the Free State (South Africa)
On 19 September 2013 a dust storm was observed on the Dust RGB over the central part of South Africa.
Smoke & dust streamers over Argentina seen by Meteosat-10
Strong winds, high temperatures, and months of drought fuelled an outbreak of wildfire in northern Argentina in September 2013.
Hurricanes Humberto and Gonzalo
A look at two different hurricanes during the 2013 North Atlantic hurricane season.
Large convective system develops over Tunisia
An upper level disturbance triggers the development of numerous thunderstorms over Algeria and Tunisia.
Early morning river valley fog over DR Congo
River valley fog frequently develops in the night-time and quickly dissolves in the morning hours.
Severe storms captured by super rapid scan
Convective storms in parts of Germany and Switzerland, captured at 2.5-minute intervals by Meteosat-8.