Category Archives: Volcano Weather

Volcan de Fuego, Guatemala erupts again!

Yesterday, Volcan de Fuego erupted again in southern Guatemala. The pyroclastic flow of Fuego surprised many, and as of this morning 4 June 2018, at least 25 people have died, while many others are injured. Locals near Fuego, are in … Continue reading

Posted in Volcano Weather | Comments Off on Volcan de Fuego, Guatemala erupts again!

Fuego de Volcan, Guatemala

A volcanic eruption took place on 1 February 2018 over the country of Guatemala. If you don’t know where exactly Guatemala is, it is located in central America, bordering the countries of Mexico, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. Guatemala has … Continue reading

Posted in POES, Volcano Weather | Comments Off on Fuego de Volcan, Guatemala

Volcano Season is Year ‘Round

Jeff Braun Volcanoes, particularly volcanic ash, are major concerns to many of us in meteorology.  While the physical presence of the mountain and the energy expended during an eruption can be quite enormous, dangerous, and both life and property threating,  the … Continue reading

Posted in Aviation Weather, Visibility, Volcano Weather | Tagged , | Comments Off on Volcano Season is Year ‘Round