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15-04-2010, 13:59   #61
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In Ireland, rain fell on 142 days that summer

Nothing new there lol

Is there any chance we will see much of the ash on the west side of ireland?
Here in dongeal we are probably nearest to iceland but met eireann said ash would be on east and south east I think, wind direction i guess
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15-04-2010, 14:25   #62
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Looks like irelands not in its path
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/corporat...0/volcano.html
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There wont be ash in the North or West of Ireland and only on the South and East Coasts it seems now.
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Yes thanks, today anyways there will be none ,but that could all change in the coming days.
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15-04-2010, 14:29   #65
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Looks like irelands not in its path
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/corporat...0/volcano.html
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/aviation...aacuk_vag.html
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i'm supposed to be flying to Liverpool tomorrow 5pm, would it seem unlikely now that this will happen???
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I wonder is the ash the purple colours?

http://saturn.unibe.ch/rsbern/noaa/d...nt/n1bcurr.jpg
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Forecast ash plume from DMI:



Ash plume is actually low to mid level based at the moment, but an approaching low towards Iceland could lift further plumes higher which would cause a wider distribution.
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Im very interested in this for some reason.. I should oh became a geologist there is a very supicious "fog" looming around the Dublin region as of now.... perhaps a coincidence or is this actually ash cloud fallout??

Geologists are saying that this eruption may be the beginning of worse to come... perhaps 2012 is upon us? Over 100,000 flights cancelled across Ireland, England and Northern Europe... there are also delays and more cancelations expected tomorrow...
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Over 100,000 flights cancelled across Ireland, England and Northern Europe...
You mean individual travellers, surely?
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15-04-2010, 15:04   #71
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what are the chances of norway flights going ahead tomorrow?ment to be flying to Oslo around 11..
Nil it looks like.

Apparently they can smell the sulphur in down town Bergen. Norway is directly in the track of this.
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nope a news report said flights... im pretty sure... because its gonna have a domino effect as such..
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This is pretty interesting
Take a read lads.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6276291.stm
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This is pretty interesting
Take a read lads.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6276291.stm
On a positive note, volcanic ash in the atmosphere can increase the chance of thunderstorms! Spontaneous and violent thunderstorms, with an unusually strong redness in the lightning, were noted all across Europe during the "Laki Haze" in the late 1780's.
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This is pretty interesting
Take a read lads.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6276291.stm
im ****ing ****tin' now.... haha... but im still very much excited at the same time.. there is a break in the clouds across Dublin 9 now... so perhaps its not "fog" instead the windows that im looking out of are just dirty giving it the elusion that its foggy outside ha
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