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Originally posted by sandman441
Originally posted by spinkyboo
reply to post by sandman441
Do you wear masks when you start getting this kind of ash in the area?
Your supposed to.
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by akjen
I can't get over the irony that I'm calling someone in Fargo to tell them I can't fly them in tonight because of the Volcano.
Repeating earthquakes started at 23:52 AKDT and are continuing at this time.
Ash fall has decreased in the Anchorage area, and will likely continue into the late evening hours as the cloud passes over the area. An ashfall advisory remains in effect until 1 am Sunday 3/29. Seismicity at the volcano has declined, but remains above background.
For updated ash fall advisories, refer to the National Weather Service Redoubt Coordination web page