Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Record-breaking snow in Moscow and Montreal
Record-breaking snow in Moscow and Montreal in 2012 — a tale of two cities
Low clouds in the Ganges Valley
Low clouds in the Ganges Valley (India), forming during the night and dissolving slowly in the morning hours.
Eruption of the Copahue volcano
The Copahue volcano, on the border between Chile and Argentina, erupted on 22 December, around 13:30 UTC.
Low cloud over Saudi Arabian desert
Low clouds or fog (whitish, fuzzy clouds) over Saudi Arabia dissolve during the morning hours.
Late season Typhoon Bopha off the Philippines
Typhoon Bopha, a 'Super-typhoon' (a typhoon with maximum sustained one-minute surface winds of at least 130 knots or 150 mph), moving at 15 knots with maximum significant wave height of 48 feet.
Twin lows bring extreme rainfall to UK
Two areas of low pressure brought huge amounts of rainfall over the UK.
Active Atlantic front pushes moisture from sub-tropics towards UK
Imagery from NOAA NESDIS Blended Total Precipitable Water product, based on a variety of microwave instruments including AMSU on Metop-A.
Severe thunderstorms hit southern Portugal
Along the frontal system of a relatively small and slow-moving low off Portugal, severe thunderstorms developed over the southern part of the country.
Thunderstorms cause dramatic flooding in Tuscany
Meteosat-8 rapid scan imagery helped to nowcast the severe thunderstorms that hit Tuscany on 12 November 2012.