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There is no english versions as I can find right now , so I post link and translate.
Meteorologisk institutt overvåker kontinuerlig forholdene i luftrommet.
- Vanligvis gjelder det faren for ising og turbulens. Nå er vi ekstra på vakt for vulkansk aske og har vært i kontakt med flygeledersentralen på Røyken, Gardermoen og med Forsvaret, sier statsmeteorolog Rita Moi ved Meteorologisk institutt til NTB.''
Ash from volcanic eruptions over Norway
Ash from volcanic eruptions in Iceland leads to the skies in northern Norway are closed. All of Norway and parts of the United Kingdom, Denmark and the Benelux countries can be affected tomorrow.
Originally posted by blupblup
So It's a Volcanic eruption?
Perhaps you could just tell us roughly what happened.... your OP doesn't make a lot of sense.
Thanks for the info though
Originally posted by freemindmine
Here's another map of where they think the ash cloud is heading............
Like earthquakes, predicting the timing of volcanic eruptions is an imprecise science. An eruption at the Katla volcano could be disastrous, however — both for Iceland and other nations. Iceland's Laki volcano erupted in 1783, freeing gases that turned into smog. The smog floated across the Jet Stream, changing weather patterns. Many died from gas poisoning in the British Isles. Crop production fell in western Europe. Famine spread. Some even linked the eruption, which helped fuel famine, to the French Revolution. Painters in the 18th century illustrated fiery sunsets in their works. The winter of 1784 was also one of the longest and coldest on record in North America. New England reported a record stretch of below-zero temperatures and New Jersey reported record snow accumulation. The Mississippi River also reportedly froze in New Orleans.
"From records, we know that every time Eyjafjallajokull erupts, Katla has also erupted."