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The Eyjafjallajokull volcano has surged back to life letting off a cloud of ash measuring up to four miles high.
"The eruption has changed back to an explosive eruption, lava has stopped flowing and most of the magma gets scattered due to explosions in the crater," said a statement from the Icelandic Met Office and Institute of Earth Science.
"The ash plume rises high above the crater and considerable ash fall can be expected in wind direction. No signs of the eruption ending soon."
Originally posted by desert_eagle
Still no sign that her big sister volcano, Katla is going to erupt. Nevertheless there is increased attention on Katla because it has been said that eruptions of Eyjafjallajokull have been followed by an eruption of Katla.