Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Dust outbreak over Mediterranean and SE Europe
Dust from North Africa, embedded in a frontal system, sweeps over the Eastern Mediterranean, from west to east.
Quasi-stationary convective complex off the Oman
A quasi-stationary convective complex evolved under a high-pressure ridge off the Omani south coast.
Record-breaking Hurricane Amanda
When Hurricane Amanda reached category 4 strength on 25 May 2014 it was the strongest hurricane on record for the Pacific during the month of May.
Supercell Thunderstorm near Denver
On 20 May GOES-14 tracked an isolated supercell thunderstorm which developed near Denver, then moved eastwards over the High Plains.
The 2.5-minute super rapid scans of 17 May 2013
The first of several 2.5 minute rapid scan tests took place on Friday 17 May at 09:00–21:00 UTC.
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.