Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Xynthia, a storm which caused many deaths and widespread disruption across Europe, particularly in France.
Intense frontal precipitation in Madeira
Intense frontal precipitation from the west crossed the island of Madeira, producing mudslides and causing more than 40 fatalities.
One of the first seasonal squall lines
One of the first seasonal squall lines, moving steadily west along the coast from Nigeria to Liberia.
Ash and SO2 from volcano Soufriere Hills
On 11 February 2010 at 16:35 local time the volcano Soufriere Hills on Montserrat experienced a partial dome collapse.
Cellular convection in cirrus clouds
Cellular convection in cirrus clouds as a possible effect of dust aerosols.
Transverse Cirrus clouds over India
Transverse cirrus clouds over India mark the subtropical jet with embedded areas of turbulence.
Sea ice swirls in the Skagerrak Strait
Following a particularly cold January, in February sea ice formed in the outer parts of the Oslo fjord and in an unexpected quantity in the Skagerrak Strait, between Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Dust cloud from Iranian province of Kerman
A dust cloud which originated in the Iranian province of Kerman heads south toward the Sea of Oman.
High ice concentration in Gulfs of Finland & Riga
High ice concentration in the Gulfs of Finland and Riga, as well as between the Finnish mainland and Aland (source: NOAA).
Tropical storm over the Canary Islands
A tropical storm over the Canary Islands brings a strong surge and 200 mm of rain over a period of two hours.