From space: A visual roundup of 2022’s global weather

Take your seat and travel around the world to witness the planet’s weather in just under 10 minutes. In this annual visualization, EUMETSAT’s Training Manager, Mark Higgins, guides you through a mesmerizing view of Earth’s weather patterns captured from space.

This high-resolution visualization showcases the planet’s most significant storms, labeled with colors ranging from light yellow to red, depending on their intensity.

Through satellite imagery provided by EUMETSAT, we can see the entire planet, allowing us to create comprehensive views of global weather patterns that change with the seasons.

YouTube video

EUMETSAT’s international partners, including Météo-France, NASA, the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the US, the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), and the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), have contributed to producing this video.

Featured image credit: EUMETSAT


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