Saturday, March 28, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
So apparently, Mt Redoubt was just taking a break. I jinxed it and it let loose the very next morning with an even BIGGER plume than before. And Ash was headed this way! Again by God's grace, the ash diverted before it fell upon us. YAY!
A PenAir pilot, Robert Cole got some awesome photos today. Posted
Also posted is pictures from a satellite over Asia that captured the 65,000 ft plume from it's orbit and a picshowing the ash plume cycling into the airstream. Both from Jonathan Dehn at the National Weather Service (satellite). All very cool and wish I could take credit for all.
For more pictures, go to avo.alaska.edu and click on Redoubt current images.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
3 days and 7 eruptions later, Mt Redoubt has already been downgraded to ORANGE. Boring! By God's grace though, the wind completely kept the ash away-yay! - no visual STILL on anything to do with the volcano. Cloudy for all 3 days and now it's snowing....... Can't catch a photog break.
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Mt Redoubt had recently been downgraded to code Yellow. Then today starts showing off heavy steam and a little ash. I'm really not happy about this now. With Jerry due back in 2 days, if she blows between now and Tuesday, all flights will be grounded. Nothing taking off and nothing allowed to land. Please pray she holds off for a bit longer.