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Newspaper article from: The News Letter (Belfast, Northern Ireland) AN ash cloud from a volcano is drifting over the UK. The Meteorological Office has issued...took place on Saturday and a thin ash cloud was being blown towards the UK. A spokesman said there was little...
Originally posted by PuterMan
I stick by what I said earlier. This may affect those with existing respiratory ailments but this is not a heavy ash output.
We are NOT, i repeat NOT, looking at a Laki style cloud and I think there is just a little too much scaremongering going on here.
Yes you may see some ash, but the chances are it will pass over pretty much unnoticed. Try finding information on the Met Office - there is none, nor is there anywhere else, so I would not be panicking.
Originally posted by psilo simon
reply to post by damn_ummmm
I can`t quite understand it. Surely ATS can`t be quicker at picking up on this than the mighty BBC?
Originally posted by hico
The only thing I wanted to show was the plume from the volcano and sooner or later this will drift east.
I did not meen to scare anyone, just inform.
And, btw, I don't like beeing called a rag,