10/17/2012 -- Plumes coming from Pinacate Volcano -- just South of Arizona
website post with screenshots here: http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/10/17/10172012-plumes-erupt-from-pinacat...
Oct 16 going into the 17th 2012 -- multiple plume returns showing on RADAR -- coming from the western portion of the Pinacate Volcanic field.... just south of the Arizona border.... north Mexico ... near the border.
Seen on the south Arizona KYUX NEXRAD RADAR -- also 1KM , or 2KM view: multiple systems showing this... not just college of dupage.
also visible on WDSS-ii nexrad feeds:
also visible on quality controlled weather.gov : http://radar.weather.gov/ridge/radar.php?rid=yux&product=N0R&overlay=...
approximate plume location: Western portion of the Pinacate Volcanic complex:
31°49'53.14"N , 113°39'32.69"W
Last time this happened.. on Sept 16 2012... here is the video I made during this last event exactly one month ago (today being the 17th of oct 2012 ):