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Chunky Pea
07 July 2023 19:36:47
According to YouTuber 'Hiloamenn', latest data suggests that magma is only 1km from the surface now, making an eruption occuring sometime in the very near future very possible. We'll see anyways. 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
doctormog
08 July 2023 18:12:07

According to YouTuber 'Hiloamenn', latest data suggests that magma is only 1km from the surface now, making an eruption occuring sometime in the very near future very possible. We'll see anyways. 

Originally Posted by: Chunky Pea 



Today’s update suggests that eruption is likely within the next couple of days, possibly the next 24 hours.
Chunky Pea
10 July 2023 12:27:38
For the love of God, Iceland volcano, will you just erupt! The waiting game is starting to grate on my nerves! 😅
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
picturesareme
10 July 2023 15:43:52
I it's looking like this time the dyke will fail to erupt. 
doctormog
10 July 2023 16:09:55
The experts seem to be suggesting that an eruption is still the most likely outcome.
Chunky Pea
10 July 2023 16:15:09

I it's looking like this time the dyke will fail to erupt. 

Originally Posted by: picturesareme 



It's being suggested that it is still looking for the easiest route out. Some say it'll erupt right below, or even on, Mt keilir, while others claim that the magma is being bounced back to the more traditional (in recent years) eruption site. All we can do at this stage is wait and see. 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
Chunky Pea
10 July 2023 16:32:08
Rocks fall from Mt. Keilir yesterday during one of the stronger earthquakes reported in the region yesterday. 

https://twitter.com/birkirh/status/1678171722699223041 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
doctormog
10 July 2023 16:46:22
Apparently the eruption may be about to start.

Smoke is currently visible here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q1N4J5oTSE 
doctormog
Chunky Pea
10 July 2023 18:22:41
Low cloud impeding views on the more southern located cams so hard to judge exactly on what part of the map the eruption is taking place. I assume that it just north of those hills and on the southern edge of that older 'lava plain'. Hopefully RUV or MDL will set up a more appropriately located cam soon, but that is likely much easier said than done.
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
doctormog
10 July 2023 19:06:22

Low cloud impeding views on the more southern located cams so hard to judge exactly on what part of the map the eruption is taking place. I assume that it just north of those hills and on the southern edge of that older 'lava plain'. Hopefully RUV or MDL will set up a more appropriately located cam soon, but that is likely much easier said than done.

Originally Posted by: Chunky Pea 



This link  should give a decent overview of any developments.
Chunky Pea
10 July 2023 21:56:56
MDL have a nice full view cam up now. Looks pretty big at this early stage. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Swox6Uni0yA 

 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
Chunky Pea
14 July 2023 00:32:12
Really cranking up tonight from the main cone. Very much shades of the 2021 spectacle. I'm actually surprised at the size of the cone lava cone already:

https://www.youtube.com/live/l9t1IaZCOl8?feature=share 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
Chunky Pea
22 July 2023 12:17:15
Impressive plume from the Taal eruption earlier today:

https://twitter.com/volcaholic1/status/1682689185893822464 
Current Conditions
https://t.ly/MEYqg 


"You don't have to know anything to have an opinion"
--Roger P, 12/Oct/2022
ozone_aurora
22 July 2023 13:41:41

Impressive plume from the Taal eruption earlier today:

https://twitter.com/volcaholic1/status/1682689185893822464 

Originally Posted by: Chunky Pea 


I think it may actually be an eruption that occurred on 28 June 2023, as I've not found other sources of todays eruption:-

https://www.manilatimes.net/2023/06/29/news/taal-volcano-erupts/1898357 .

Still impressive plume as you've said.
NMA
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22 July 2023 14:55:50
Thanks for that. I went there in 1998. The lake is a caldera and I wondered why so many expensive houses were built on the rim.  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taal_Volcano 
 
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Elevation 60m 197ft
doctormog
24 July 2023 20:06:20
This is a really nice video (taken yesterday) of the ongoing Icelandic eruption:

https://youtu.be/xsSj-1TbPyg  
Darren S
25 July 2023 10:46:02
Look at this video from yesterday. What's going on on the right hand side of the image from just over halfway through? Is it a tornado, or a firenado, or something else?



Darren
Crowthorne, Berks (87m asl)
South Berks Winter Snow Depth Totals:
2022/23 7 cm; 2021/22 1 cm; 2020/21 13 cm; 2019/20 0 cm; 2018/19 14 cm; 2017/18 23 cm; 2016/17 0 cm; 2015/16 0.5 cm; 2014/15 3.5 cm; 2013/14 0 cm; 2012/13 22 cm; 2011/12 7 cm; 2010/11 6 cm; 2009/10 51 cm
NMA
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25 July 2023 11:14:36
A dust devil?
Vale of the Great Dairies
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Elevation 60m 197ft
Windy Willow
25 July 2023 12:13:09

A dust devil?

Originally Posted by: NMA 

Or similar, you can often see mini devils/twisters around the volcano, obviously due to temperature differences but still fascinating to watch when they occur, especially over the hot lava which then sends lots of sparks off.
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