1/27/2013 — Pinacate Volcano — South Arizona / Mexico Border — plume seen on RADAR

January 27, 2013 :

We are seeing a series of plumes coming from a known volcanic lava field in south Arizona / North Mexico.

Upon looking at Google Earth — the plumes can be traced directly back to the Pinacate volcanic fields.

This is on top of today’s (jan 27 2013) earthquake in New Mexico near a series of extinct volcanoes.

(link to the earlier New Mexico event here:)

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/1272013-new-mexico-2-9m-earthquake-near-extinct-unnamed-volcanoes/

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Still currently visible on NEXRAD RADAR live feeds: from the YUX station in south Arizona

http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/nexrad/send.php?type=YUX-N0Q-1-200

backdated NEXRAD feed here:

http://vortex.plymouth.edu/gen_nids.cgi?ident=yux&pl=n0r&yy=2013&mm=01&dd=27&hh=22&nn=00&size=912×684&loop=yes1&zoom=&center=

here is the full .gif of the event for download directly:

YUX.N0R.1301272159.912x684.none..348_an

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pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013

pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013a

pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013a1

pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013 finala

pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013 finalaa

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pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013 final

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