Global weather October 2019

A series of monthly weather videos shows a combination of infrared imagery from the geostationary and polar-orbiting satellites of EUMETSAT, NOAA, the CMA and the JMA which, together, continuously observe the Earth's surface 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

This data is being used to help forecasters predict weather patterns and warnings of adverse weather conditions, hours and sometimes days in advance.

Meteo-France combines the satellite data into half-hourly segments, which provides EUMETSAT processes to produce this animation.

Featured image and video courtesy EUMETSAT


Landslide claims 10 lives in Ethiopia as number off flood-affected people rises to 470 000

May 30, 2020

At least 10 people lost their lives after a landslide caused by heavy rainfall hit the Gamo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR) in southern Ethiopia on May 28, 2020. Since the beginning of the rainy season, floods and...

Intense hailstorm and strong winds leave a trail of damage in Texas, U.S.

May 29, 2020

Strong winds of up to 97 km/h (60 mph) and hail up to 2.5 cm (1 inch) pounded Williamson County in Texas Wednesday evening into Thursday morning, May 27 to 28, 2020, causing damage to properties. The storm fell late Wednesday, bringing hail and strong winds into...

Tornado hits San Carlos in Tamaulipas, Mexico

May 28, 2020

A tornado struck the municipality of San Carlos in Tamaulipas, Mexico, on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Prior to the storm's formation, the National Water Commission warned of tornado and rains with gusts exceeding 70 km/h (43 mph) in the states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo...

More than 30 000 affected by flooding in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

May 27, 2020

Floods in Samarinda City, East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia over the past couple of days affected 30 894 people, the disaster management (BPBD) reported on May 25. Inundations started from around May 22, following a period of heavy rain, affecting four...

Millions of cicadas expected to emerge in parts of eastern U.S. after 17 years underground

May 26, 2020

After spending 17 years underground, as many as 1.5 million cicadas per acre may emerge in parts of the eastern U.S. this year, Virginia Tech said in a news release. Residents in Southwest Virginia, parts of North Carolina, and West Virginia could witness such a...


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