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The airport of Le Raizet Guadeloupe, is always close. We have a water outage for hours in my locality due to the drought and maybe people who want to clean their car, garden due to the ash in my humble opinion. The Carnival of the chidren expected this afternoon is canceled too, troubles ahead today in Guadeloupe. Let's hope that the things will improve quickly... :)


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Here is a great image of the moment of the big eruption.

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any reports this morning on the ash? we have sunny but very hazy conditions here this morning.
I assume there is ash in the air causing the haze.
hope things are Ok in Guadeloupe.

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msbee wrote:
any reports this morning on the ash? we have sunny but very hazy conditions here this morning.
I assume there is ash in the air causing the haze.
hope things are Ok in Guadeloupe.

It's not good in Guadeloupe Msbee, many things have been cancelled, schools are closed as the airport, no water in some localities due the drought and the effects of the ash are contributing to deteriorate a worrying situation. The best way to clean the ash is to use water, and many friends in Guadeloupe told me that numerous water outages are becoming frequent.
Let's hope that things should begin to improve at least this afternoon.
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wow, gusty
I am sorry to hear that. hope things improve this afternoon.
there is basically no wind here so the hazy skies are just hanging over us but no reports of heavy ash fallout.
keep us informed Gusty

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wow, gusty
I am sorry to hear that. hope things improve this afternoon.
there is basically no wind here so the hazy skies are just hanging over us but no reports of heavy ash fallout

Yeah it's a pretty special here Msbee, we wait and hoping the best here in Guadeloupe.
Thanks for this report in the Northern Leewards Barbara.


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FVXX20 KNES 121817
VA ADVISORY
DTG: 20100212/1817Z

VAAC: WASHINGTON

VOLCANO: SOUFRIERE HILLS 1600-05
PSN: N1642 W06210

AREA: W_INDIES

SUMMIT ELEV: 3002 FT (915 M)

ADVISORY NR: 2010/194

INFO SOURCE: GOES-12. GFS WINDS. METAR. PILOT
REPORT.

ERUPTION DETAILS: CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS

OBS VA DTG: 12/1715Z

OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL250 N1737 W05256 - N1326 W05456
- N1447 W06232 - N1640 W06205 - N1655 W06207 -
N1737 W05256 MOV S 10-15KT SFC/FL170 N1655 W06207
- N1510 W06226 - N1509 W06628 - N1616 W06637 -
N1655 W06207 MOV NW 10-15KT

FCST VA CLD +6HR: 12/2330Z SFC/FL250 N1620 W05334
- N1001 W05544 - N1256 W06302 - N1608 W06211 -
N1620 W05334 SFC/FL170 N1817 W06437 - N1707
W06204 - N1419 W06242 - N1520 W06854 - N1741
W06717 - N1817 W06437

FCST VA CLD +12HR: 13/0530Z SFC/FL250 N1510
W05356 - N0902 W05553 - N1137 W06319 - N1509
W06226 - N1510 W05356 SFC/FL170 N1911 W06343 -
N1715 W06204 - N1519 W06221 - N1632 W06959 -
N1901 W06807 - N1911 W06343

FCST VA CLD +18HR: 13/1130Z SFC/FL250 N1303
W06256 - N1100 W05519 - N0808 W05619 - N1059
W06346 - N1303 W06256 SFC/FL170 N2036 W06719 -
N2024 W06149 - N1520 W06221 - N1738 W07129 -
N2036 W06719

RMK: CURRENT EMISSIONS ARE TO FL100 BUT REMNANT
VA TO FL250 IS OVER THE SW ATLANTIC WHILE VA TO
FL170 REMAINS OVER THE E CARIBBEAN. VA FALLS RPTD
ON GUADELOUPE AND MARTINIQUE. ...

NXT ADVISORY: WILL BE ISSUED BY 20100213/0015Z

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 Post subject: Re: Soufriere Volcano in Eastern Caribbean makes large eruption
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Latest update about activity at volcano and ash plume

FVXX20 KNES 121817
VA ADVISORY
DTG: 20100212/1817Z

VAAC: WASHINGTON

VOLCANO: SOUFRIERE HILLS 1600-05
PSN: N1642 W06210

AREA: W_INDIES

SUMMIT ELEV: 3002 FT (915 M)

ADVISORY NR: 2010/194

INFO SOURCE: GOES-12. GFS WINDS. METAR. PILOT
REPORT.

ERUPTION DETAILS: CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS

OBS VA DTG: 12/1715Z

OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL250 N1737 W05256 - N1326 W05456
- N1447 W06232 - N1640 W06205 - N1655 W06207 -
N1737 W05256 MOV S 10-15KT SFC/FL170 N1655 W06207
- N1510 W06226 - N1509 W06628 - N1616 W06637 -
N1655 W06207 MOV NW 10-15KT

FCST VA CLD +6HR: 12/2330Z SFC/FL250 N1620 W05334
- N1001 W05544 - N1256 W06302 - N1608 W06211 -
N1620 W05334 SFC/FL170 N1817 W06437 - N1707
W06204 - N1419 W06242 - N1520 W06854 - N1741
W06717 - N1817 W06437

FCST VA CLD +12HR: 13/0530Z SFC/FL250 N1510
W05356 - N0902 W05553 - N1137 W06319 - N1509
W06226 - N1510 W05356 SFC/FL170 N1911 W06343 -
N1715 W06204 - N1519 W06221 - N1632 W06959 -
N1901 W06807 - N1911 W06343

FCST VA CLD +18HR: 13/1130Z SFC/FL250 N1303
W06256 - N1100 W05519 - N0808 W05619 - N1059
W06346 - N1303 W06256 SFC/FL170 N2036 W06719 -
N2024 W06149 - N1520 W06221 - N1738 W07129 -
N2036 W06719

[b]RMK: CURRENT EMISSIONS ARE TO FL100 BUT REMNANT
VA TO FL250 IS OVER THE SW ATLANTIC WHILE VA TO
FL170 REMAINS OVER THE E CARIBBEAN. VA FALLS RPTD
ON GUADELOUPE AND MARTINIQUE
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 Post subject: Re: Soufriere Volcano in Eastern Caribbean makes large eruption
PostPosted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:13 pm 
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Latest advisory on ongoing emisions from Soufriere Volcano

Oh my,I think that I may see here some of that ash as winds are changing from the SE.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/VAAC/messages.html

FVXX20 KNES 122211
VA ADVISORY
DTG: 20100212/2211Z

VAAC: WASHINGTON

VOLCANO: SOUFRIERE HILLS 1600-05
PSN: N1642 W06210

AREA: W_INDIES

SUMMIT ELEV: 3002 FT (915 M)

ADVISORY NR: 2010/195

INFO SOURCE: GOES-12. GFS WINDS.

ERUPTION DETAILS: ONGOING EMISSIONS

OBS VA DTG: 12/2145Z

OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL250 N1631 W06208 - N1608 W05714
- N1201 W05441 - N1110 W05633 - N1507 W06228 -
N1631 W06208 MOV S 0-5KT SFC/FL170 N1711 W06651 -
N1659 W06319 - N1646 W06210 - N1537 W06221 -
N1521 W06722 - N1709 W06747 - N1711 W06651 MOV NW
10KT

FCST VA CLD +6HR: 13/0400Z SFC/FL250 N1628 W06137
- N1605 W05713 - N1204 W05444 - N1111 W05628 -
N1501 W06207 - N1628 W06137 SFC/FL170 N1823
W06414 - N1643 W06213 - N1635 W06211 - N1539
W06725 - N1619 W06846 - N1819 W06759 - N1823
W06414

FCST VA CLD +12HR: 13/1000Z SFC/FL170 N1928
W06311 - N1703 W06219 - N1640 W06203 - N1737
W06436 - N1701 W06840 - N1719 W07011 - N1922
W06750 - N1928 W06311 SFC/FL250 N1623 W06134 -
N1609 W05713 - N1203 W05439 - N1110 W05626 -
N1441 W06214 - N1623 W06134

FCST VA CLD +18HR: 13/1600Z SFC/FL170 N2030
W06635 - N2023 W06137 - N1741 W06225 - N1643
W06208 - N1634 W06213 - N1825 W06432 - N1811
W07017 - N1900 W06953 - N2030 W06635 SFC/FL N1618
W06035 - N1558 W05813 - N1240 W05428 - N1104
W05612 - N1419 W06207 - N1611 W06146 - N1618
W06035

RMK: VA TO FL250 TO THE EAST OF THE VOLCANO NOT
MOVING MUCH WITH ONLY A SLIGHT 0-5 KTS SWD TREND.
LOWER LEVEL VA TO THE WEST INCLUDING VA STILL
BEING EMITTED BY THE VOLCANO MOVING TO THE NW.
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 Post subject: Re: Soufriere Volcano in Eastern Caribbean makes large eruption
PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:42 am 
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FVXX20 KNES 130913
VA ADVISORY
DTG: 20100213/0913Z

VAAC: WASHINGTON

VOLCANO: SOUFRIERE HILLS 1600-05
PSN: N1642 W06210

AREA: W_INDIES

SUMMIT ELEV: 3002 FT (915 M)

ADVISORY NR: 2010/197

INFO SOURCE: GOES-12. GFS WINDS.

ERUPTION DETAILS: ONGOING EMISSIONS OF VA AND
GASES TO FL170

OBS VA DTG: 13/0845Z

OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL170 N1943 W06738 - N1913 W06513
- N1647 W06155 - N1613 W06211 - N1816 W06849 -
N1943 W06738 MOV NW 15-25KT

FCST VA CLD +6HR: 13/1500Z SFC/FL170 N2051 W06817
- N2008 W06510 - N1704 W06153 - N1617 W06208 -
N1816 W06854 - N2051 W06817

FCST VA CLD +12HR: 13/2100Z SFC/FL170 N2136
W06811 - N2031 W06504 - N1707 W06149 - N1616
W06208 - N1819 W06910 - N2136 W06811

FCST VA CLD +18HR: 14/0300Z SFC/FL170 N2144
W06830 - N2035 W06458 - N1704 W06150 - N1608
W06210 - N1822 W06910 - N2144 W06830

RMK: VA IS SEEN MVG TO NW FROM SUMMIT IN
MULTISPECTRAL IMAGERY EXTDING TO AROUND 20N AND
68.5W. VA TO THE S OF SUMMIT CANNOT BE SEEN AT
THIS TIME. ...EVANS

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 Post subject: Re: Soufriere Volcano in Eastern Caribbean makes large eruption
PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 7:37 am 
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From this morning's discussion by NWS San Juan.

.AVIATION...EXPECT PREVAILING VFR CONDS ACROSS THE LOCAL FLYING
AREA...AND ALL LOCAL TERMINAL AERODROMES TODAY. HOWEVER...SOME
FINELY SUSPENDED PARTICULATES OF VA FROM THE MONTSERRAT VOLCANO AT
TRPG...WILL DRIFT NORTHWEST ACROSS ALL OR PARTS OF THE FLYING AREA...
AS WNDS BECOME MORE SOUTHEASTERLY TODAY. WHILE MUCH OF THE VA IS
EXPECTED TO QUICKLY DISPERSE AS IT MOVES FURTHER AWAY FROM ITS
SOURCE UNLESS THERE IS ANOTHER SIGNIFICANT ERUPTION...THE ONGOING
EMISSIONS WILL BE STEERED ACROSS THE LOCAL FLYING AREA OVER THE NEXT
24 HOURS OR SO BASED ON THE PRESENT WIND FLOW. FOR NOW DECIDED TO
INCLUDE VA IN TAF SITES TJPS AND TISX UNTIL 13/12Z...AS SAT IMAGERY
SUGGESTED HIGHEST CONCENTRATION MOV ACROSS THOSE AREAS AT THIS
TIME. ALL AVIATION INTERESTS SHOULD PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO LATEST
TAF FCST AN UPDATES...AS WELL AS ADVISORIES AND SIGMETS.

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are you seeing ash, Luis?
what does your above post actually mean in terms of flights? will flights be canceled, do you think?
we have hazy skies again this mornign.
and I believe some people here are reporting light ash on cars, boats,etc.
very mild though.
I wonder how Gusty is doing.
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are you seeing ash, Luis?
what does your above post actually mean in terms of flights? will flights be canceled, do you think?
we have hazy skies again this mornign.
and I believe some people here are reporting light ash on cars, boats,etc.
very mild though.
I wonder how Gusty is doing.
Barbara


Hazy skies here but so far I havent seen ash on cars.About flights,I havent seen cancelations yet.

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msbee wrote:
are you seeing ash, Luis?
what does your above post actually mean in terms of flights? will flights be canceled, do you think?
we have hazy skies again this mornign.
and I believe some people here are reporting light ash on cars, boats,etc.
very mild though.
I wonder how Gusty is doing.
Barbara

Thanks Barbara :) we appreciate your wink! :wink:
Here is the situation in Guadeloupe. Our airport is always close, flights have been canceled this morning, some could be ok for tonight but we're waiting for an update at 10 am to confirm or not if the airport will be open this afternoon. But from the journalists of the radio the chances are very low, so we keep our fingers crossed for a possible issue tommorow. We have always ash, pretty modest amount but i have always very thin ash on my car on the ground, etc. It's very difficult to clean because the water is pretty rare! Everybody wanted to clean quickly theirs homes and consequently numerous water outages continue to be frequent this morning in some localities, i have no water since 8 AM! Troubles ahead for the Carnival today due to the quality of the air, etc. We have to wait and see how the things evolves during the day, but numerous citizens are very nervous as they wanted to see the Carnival today in spite of this special ash episode!
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msbee wrote:
are you seeing ash, Luis?
what does your above post actually mean in terms of flights? will flights be canceled, do you think?
we have hazy skies again this mornign.
and I believe some people here are reporting light ash on cars, boats,etc.
very mild though.
I wonder how Gusty is doing.
Barbara


Hazy skies here but so far I havent seen ash on cars.About flights,I havent seen cancelations yet.

Ok Luis, thanks for this info.


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Gusty, I hope the people in Guadeloupe will be careful. Jumping up for carnival in poor air quality probably isn't a good idea.
It does look like from the latest NOAA graphic that the ash is movign WNW, away from you, so I hope things improve for you later today.
and I hope the ash does not affect PR and Luis too much.
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msbee wrote:
Gusty, I hope the people in Guadeloupe will be careful. Jumping up for carnival in poor air quality probably isn't a good idea.
looks like from the latest NOAA graphic that the ash is movign WNW, away from you, so I hope things improve for you later today.
and I hope the ash does not affect PR and Luis too much.
Barbara

Absolutely Barbara you're 100% right, and that's the fact for the Carnival! People are so excited and frustated this year, because of the ash episode and the big strike of the LKP last year (the Carnival was cancelled at this same periode). Let's pray because... i can assume you that the citizens are very very nervous, let's hope that the organisators can take the best decision at least today. I hope that too Luis does not suffer too much from this ash, you too Msbee. Thanks for all my friend, i will try to keep you informed as usual.


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yes, please keep us informed.

Our latest met forecast says this:
"Special Features: There are ongoing emissions of ashes and gas at the Soufriere Hills volcano in Montserrat. According to the forecasted wind direction, the volcanic ash will be spreading in northwesterly direction and will gradually reduce the visibility on the SSS islands."

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Bad news for us in Guadeloupe. In a last update given ours journalists of RCI Guadeloupe, the airport is close until tommorow morning! Two reasons: first the persistence of the ash in the air second the troubles of wateroutages due to the lack of water to clean the airport because of the underconsommation of water by the citizens! Looks like that concerning the Carnival, the show must go on this afternoon in spite of the ash risk :roll. Let's hope that things will be ok during the next few hours...


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Gustywind wrote:
Bad news for us in Guadeloupe. In a last update given ours journalists of RCI Guadeloupe, the airport is close until tommorow morning! Two reasons: first the persistence of the ash in the air second the troubles of wateroutages due to the lack of water to clean the airport because of the underconsommation of water by the citizens! Looks like that concerning the Carnival, the show must go on this afternoon in spite of the ash risk :roll. Let's hope that things will be ok during the next few hours...


so sorry to hear that Gusty
hope that people are careful and safe during carnival, considering everything.
I hear that here we have had several flight cancellations from the USA today due to the ash.
on top of that, we are being attacked by large swells from the NW, which is causing severe beach erosion and apparently caused 2 cruise ships to cancel out today.
Mother Nature is sure having her fun with all of us , isn't she? :roll:

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