Video – Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts

21 Nov 14 – Shooting an ash column 5 kilometers into the sky.

Ash fall is reported at distances of up to 25 kilometers from the volcano, including the municipalities of Tonila, Zapotiltic, Jalisco, Quesería, and Colima.

The 3,820-meter volcano – also known as Volcano of Fire – lies 690 kilometers northwest of Mexico City, on the border of Colima and Jalisco states.

It is considered to be one of the most dangerous volcanoes in North America.

Thanks to Chris Beal for this info

2 thoughts on “Video – Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts

  1. Colima is 12,000ft high and 20ºN of the Equator. That ash cloud looks to be putting fine particulates into the zone which does not wash down quickly and therefore affects the weather around the northern tropics. The N winter was already set to be a cold one.

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