02/15/2013 — South Louisiana — Plumes (methane possibly) coming from multiple Salt Dome Facilities

Multiple returns on RADAR (nothing visible on naked eye satellite) — meaning some kind of Gas is being emitted… NEXRAD doesn’t detect fire smoke plumes normally

viewable live here on the current feed for the next few hours  (as of 545pm CST Feb. 15, 2013):

http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/nexrad/send.php?type=LIX-N0Q-1-96

backdated NEXRAD RADAR feed here for the LIX station in Louisiana:

http://vortex.plymouth.edu/gen_nids.cgi?ident=LIX&pl=n0r&yy=2013&mm=02&dd=16&hh=02&nn=00&size=912×684&loop=yes1&zoom=&center=

or view the .gif of it here:

LIX.N0R.1302152342.912x684.none..348_an

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Click pictures to view full size:

plume 2 bayou corne feb 15 2013 final

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