1/27/2013 — Pinacate Volcano — South Arizona / Mexico Border — plume seen on RADAR

January 27, 2013 :

We are seeing a series of plumes coming from a known volcanic lava field in south Arizona / North Mexico.

Upon looking at Google Earth — the plumes can be traced directly back to the Pinacate volcanic fields.

This is on top of today’s (jan 27 2013) earthquake in New Mexico near a series of extinct volcanoes.

(link to the earlier New Mexico event here:)

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/1272013-new-mexico-2-9m-earthquake-near-extinct-unnamed-volcanoes/

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Still currently visible on NEXRAD RADAR live feeds: from the YUX station in south Arizona

http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/nexrad/send.php?type=YUX-N0Q-1-200

backdated NEXRAD feed here:

http://vortex.plymouth.edu/gen_nids.cgi?ident=yux&pl=n0r&yy=2013&mm=01&dd=27&hh=22&nn=00&size=912×684&loop=yes1&zoom=&center=

here is the full .gif of the event for download directly:

YUX.N0R.1301272159.912x684.none..348_an

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pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013

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pinacate volcano radar plume jan 27 2013 final