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    I didn't notice. This volcano has been nothing but a disappointment so far.
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    Agreed....can't stand lazy volcanoes

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    She is starting to puff though. You have to be ready for these things.
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    There are reports of increased activity on Saturday. Here is a Saturday image.



    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20090322/D9738N781.html
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    Erupted last night. Ash cloud to 50,000 feet. Waiting for daylight.
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    The hut camera did not catch much - other than ash. This image is pretty good though.

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    I have a friend on a "100 mile ski trek" in the White Mountains right now. That is a long ways away, but if the wind is right he may get some ash.
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    Just saw this picture from the last Redoubt eruption in 1990. Will be interesting to see how this one compares.



    The complete set of images from the last eruption is here: http://www.avo.alaska.edu/volcanoes/...arch_year=1990
    Last edited by mtruman; 03-23-2009 at 12:32 PM.
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    The changes in the volcano from a few days ago to now are pretty striking.

    Saturday


    Today


    Still haven't seen any images of the ash cloud except this one from yesterday.




    The aerial images of the crater from last weekend before the eruption are pretty spectacular.

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