Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Marine heatwave intensification threatens coral reef health
Using satellite data to show how marine heatwave intensification threatens coral reef health.
Melting Greenland ice sheet cools North Atlantic Ocean
Observing the cooling of the North Atlantic Ocean during the last decade, using weather satellites.
Large smoke plume from wildfires in Russia
In summer 2021 Russia saw unprecedented widespread wildfires ravage large swathes of Siberia.
Hurricane Iota - another record-breaking storm
In mid-November 2020 Hurricane Iota became the 30th named storm of the North Atlantic Hurricane season.
Medicane causes storms in Italy & Greece
Tropical storm-like cyclone causing storms, severe wind and high seas over Ionian Sea, September 2020.
Extensive DIBS in the Deformation Zone
In April 2020, pockmarked DIBS cloud, produced by a cyclone over the Mediterranean Sea, entered an elongated deformation zone.
Damaging storms over Central Europe
Strong convective episodes occurred, at the boundary of a synoptic ridge, over a two day period in early June 2019, causing widespread damage in parts of Central Europe.
Triple views of thunderstorms in Finland
Thunderstorms across eastern and Northern Finland on 8 June 2019 could be easily tracked using all three Metop satellites that are now in orbit.
Devastating fire at Notre-Dame
Heat signatures from the fire that destroyed part of the historic Parisian cathedral Notre-Dame in April 2019 could be seen on satellite imagery.
Widespread flooding in the Middle East
Parts of the Middle East were left devastated after severe floods in late March and early April 2019.
Hurricane Michael was strongest hurricane on record in the Florida Panhandle, when it hit the US in early October 2018.