Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
First images from Himawari-8
At 02:40 UTC on 18 December 2014, the first images from all 16 bands were captured by JMA's Himawari-8.
Contrails over the Persian Gulf
Contrails over the Persian Gulf were seen by both Meteosat-10 and Metop-A in mid-December.
Tropical cyclone Adjali
South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season in 2014 began with the severe tropical storm Adjali.
Severe rain, hail and dust storms hit Oman
A very deep trough that formed a cut-off low brought thunderstorms, hail and dust to parts of Oman on 8 November.
Super Typhoon Nuri
Super Typhoon Nuri became one of the most powerful tropical cyclones of 2014 on 2 November.
Tropical Cyclone Nilofar
On 28 October Tropical Cyclone Nilofar quickly intensified into a category 4 hurricane.
Tropical Cyclone Hudhud over Bay of Bengal
Tropical Cyclone Hudhud formed on 8 October and began moving from east to west across the Bay of Bengal in the Northern Indian Ocean.
Eruption of Japanese volcano Mount Ontake
Mount Ontake, Japan's second highest volcano, erupted shortly before noon on 27 September, sending thick plumes of ash and rocks into the air.
Severe flooding in India and Pakistan
Meteosat-7 infrared imagery covering the six days of rain which caused major floods in parts of Kashmir and Pakistan in September.
Khareef in Dhofar Governorate, southern Oman
Dhofar Governorate, in southern Oman, is famous for its seasonal weather from mid-June to mid-September.