Popocatepetl volcano information & eruption replace
Solar, 3 Jan 2021, 01:00
01:00 AM | BY: VN
Explosive exercise continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Middle (VAAC) Washington warned a few volcanic ash plume that rose as much as estimated 19000 ft (5800 m) altitude or flight stage 190 .
The total report is as follows:
FVXX21 at 00:49 UTC, 03/01/21 from KNES
VOLCANO: POPOCATEPETL 341090
PSN: N1901 W09837
SUMMIT ELEV: 17802 FT [5426 M]
ADVISORY NR: 2021/008
INFO SOURCE: GOES-16. WEBCAM. NWP MODELS. VOLCAT.
ERUPTION DETAILS: CONS VA AND GAS EMS SEEN IN STLT.
OBS VA DTG: 03/0026Z
OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL190 N1950 W09712 – N1940 W09707
– N1902 W09836 – N1907 W09839 – N1950 W09712 MOV
FCST VA CLD +6HR: 03/0630Z SFC/FL190 N2018 W09705
– N2003 W09659 – N1902 W09835 – N1905 W09839 –
FCST VA CLD +12HR: 03/1230Z SFC/FL190 N2001
W09657 – N1943 W09653 – N1902 W09834 – N1907
W09839 – N2001 W09657
FCST VA CLD +18HR: 03/1830Z SFC/FL190 N2003
W09656 – N1943 W09653 – N1902 W09834 – N1907
W09840 – N2003 W09656
RMK: VA AND GASES SEEN IN STLT AND WEBCAM MOV NE
AND EXTDG ARND 90 NM FM SUMMIT. MODEL GUIDANCE
INDICATES A CONT NE/ENE MOV THRU T+18 HRS.
MULTIPLE VOLCAT ALERTS RECEIVED. …KIBLER
NXT ADVISORY: WILL BE ISSUED BY 20210103/0645Z
Volcán Popocatépetl, whose identify is the Aztec phrase for smoking mountain, towers to 5426 m 70 km SE of Mexico Metropolis to kind North America’s 2nd-highest volcano. The glacier-clad stratovolcano accommodates a steep-walled, 250-450 m deep crater. The commonly symmetrical volcano is modified by the sharp-peaked Ventorrillo on the NW, a remnant of an earlier volcano.
No less than three earlier main cones had been destroyed by gravitational failure throughout the Pleistocene, producing large debris-avalanche deposits overlaying broad areas south of the volcano. The trendy volcano was constructed to the south of the late-Pleistocene to Holocene El Fraile cone. Three main plinian eruptions, the latest of which came about about 800 AD, have occurred from Popocatépetl because the mid Holocene, accompanied by pyroclastic flows and voluminous lahars that swept basins under the volcano. Frequent historic eruptions, first recorded in Aztec codices, have occurred since precolumbian time.