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Soufriere Hills Volcano Continues Activity
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Ash routinely clouds the Caribbean skies as Soufrière Hills volcano continues its activity. For the past several weeks, the Joint Air Force & Army Weather Information Network has issued multiple ash advisories every day for the West Indies.
After 10 months of relative quiet, Soufriere Hills Volcano on the Caribbean island Montserrat resumed activity in early October 2009. It remained active in early 2010, covering large areas with pyroclastic flows.