Eyjafjallajökull volcano ash moves in the strong wind

In the news today here in Iceland there is a small news about the volcano ash moving from the strong northern wind that is currently taking place in Iceland. Today NASA took a good picture from this in orbit. This ash is still creating a lot of issues for people in the area affect by the ash cloud.

Picture NASA. This picture is suppose to be from today. I have not been able to find the full size picture of this ash moving from the wind out to the ocean. You can also see a lot of sand moving because of the wind out to the ocean as well.

Icelandic news about this. Use Google Translate.

Aska fýkur frá Eyjafjallajökli (mbl.is)

6 Replies to “Eyjafjallajökull volcano ash moves in the strong wind”

  1. Right now, Mila’s frá Thórólsfélli cam is showing a wonderful view of Eyjafjallajökull under the moonlight. (Or could it be again another aurora night?).
    Is that some steaming or just wind blown ashes?

    1. Interesting, inflation isnt really speading up though, but it’s still interesting to see the development after the flood, gps-changes keep occuring.

      What’s also interesting are the last 2 quakes beneath Fimmvorduhals, at about 15/16km depth. Microquakes, but may still be a precursor to a new intrusion and/or magma transmission between Eyja and Katla?

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