National Weather Service Retracts its Shiviluch 70k announcement

Okay, I think this settles the question:

National Weather Service Retracts its Shiviluch 70k announcement

As you can see above, according to the NWS the ash plume rose to ‘only” 23,000 ft (4.37 miles).


9 thoughts on “National Weather Service Retracts its Shiviluch 70k announcement”

  1. Perhaps blame can be placed on the US reliance of the English measurement system rather than metric system?
    23,300 meters = 76443.57 feet

    Seems legit to me.

  2. I’m so sick and tired of the need to turn everything into some sort of conspiracy. How hard is it to compare this most recent eruption to images of known large eruptions?

  3. Thank-you Robert for the update.
    For sure the cooling effect of these very active volcanoes will impact on our weather & climate as the current solar minimum proceeds.
    With the sun being less active but volcanoes more active the climate can only head in one direction from here — cooler!
    No amount of atmospheric CO2 can possibly warm the planet — it has never done so in the past, it is not happening now, and will not save us from the current ongoing global cooling.

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