Tropical cyclones from 1950 to 2005

To kick off the Atlantic Hurricane Season, officially started on the 1st of June, NOAA published a dataset showing the tracks of all tropical cyclones from 1950 to 2005. According to NOAA, this hurricane season may be ...

Read More

MétéoFrance tracks storm chasers

Our partners at MétéoFrance have recently launched a project where they follow the adventures of Tony le Bastard, an engineering student at MétéoFrance, and three friends as they observe tornadoes in the area known as To ...

Read More

How are hurricanes formed?

Nathan, Higos, Eunice, Pam...they all have one thing in common: they were tropical cyclones developed in the Indian Ocean over the past 4 months. But what is a tropical cyclone? The video above explains how hurricanes ...

Read More

Forecasting Tomorrow’s Weather

Weather is in the news every day, but how is a weather forecast prepared? At this year's Edinburgh Science Festival (April 4 2015), EUMETSAT and the UK's Met Office will explain how data from satellites and other sour ...

Read More

Your brain’s impression of extreme weather

“2014 was the warmest year on record” “Extreme snow storms over the US in January” “Cold temperatures over Europe this winter”… Every day we receive new warnings on weather events happening in the world, but hav ...

Read More

How is snow formed?

Wet snow, dry snow, powder snow, snowflakes, ice crystals...there are many facets to snow - but how does it come to life? As a major snow storm hit Northeastern US yesterday and white-frosted images are shared everywh ...

Read More
1 2 3 4 5 6