Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Meteosat sunglint on Southern Ocean at solstice
The Southern Ocean waters reflect the sunlight specularly towards the satellite.
Winter convection over UK, snowy European mountains
Variety of European weather seen on high resolution Meteosat-10 imagery.
Warm & cold air seen as cold front crossing the UK
Airmass RGB image showing a cold front stretching from the Baltic Sea through Denmark, across England and Wales and then into the Atlantic towards the Azores.
Massive hailstorm over Gauteng, South Africa
Severe thunderstorms with golf ball size hail and flash floods hit Gauteng province of South Africa in late November.
Severe thunderstorms over Sardinia
Flash floods caused by heavy thunderstorms tear through streets in Sardinia, submerging homes and killing at least 18 people.
Signs of severe turbulence
The 'fringing' in jet stream cirrus, seen in the imagery, indicates the likelihood of severe turbulence.
Super Typhoon Haiyan devastates the Philippines
The equivalent of a category-5 hurricane Typhoon Haiyan, possibly the strongest typhoon ever recorded, struck the Philippines causing major loss of life, flooding and extensive damage to buildings.
Distrails over Central Europe
A distrail, short for dissipation trail, forms when an aircraft flies through a supercooled cloud.
Major eruption from Mount Etna
Preceded by a series of underground tremors, the most recent paroxysm of Etna took place on Saturday, 26 October 2013.
Cloudy September in Central Europe
There was a North-South divide in the cloudiness of Europe at the beginning of autumn