Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Broad Azores high
A clearly visible anticyclonic motion or broad Azores high was seen by Meteosat-10 in December.
Severe Atlantic storm batters Ireland and UK
A very deep area of low pressure resulted in a North Atlantic cyclone in December 2014.
Medicane over Italy
A swirling area of low pressure over Lazio on 3 December showed a clear eye - indicating a medicane.
Medicane Qendresa hits Malta and Sicily
A Medicane (MEDIterranean hurriCANE) or Tropical-Like Cyclone (TLC) brought severe weather to parts of the Mediterranean in early November.
Flash floods and landslides in Italy
Days of torrential rain and snow cover caused severe flooding and fatal landslides in parts of Italy in the first half of November.
Extreme conditions in Mediterranean Sea during race
In October 2014, during Rolex Middle Sea Race in the Mediterranean participants started experienced strong winds and high waves.
Storm batters parts of Western Europe
An Atlantic storm, the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo, brought high winds and heavy rain to parts of Europe.
Severe flooding in Montpellier, France
Parts of France were declared natural disaster regions after torrential rain caused major flooding in late September.
Aurora borealis over Iceland volcano
Both hot lava from the Bardarbunga volcano and the aurora borealis were seen by NOAA's Suomi-NPP satellite on 19 September.
Torrential downpours cause floods in France
On 17/18 September parts of southern France had four months worth of rain in a few hours, leading to severe flooding.