The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meterological Satellites has compiled a clever time lapse visualisation of the world’s weather of 2015 in one eight-minute video, available on YouTube.
Narrated by Mark Higgins, Training Manager at EUMETSAT, the video show the formation and paths of notable storm systems around the globe, and shows the pounding received in the UK as the rain clouds form from the East Atlantic.
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