The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations for the Sakhalin Region shared in its Telegram channel information about the emission of ash to a height of 1.5 km from the Ebeko volcano in the Kuril Islands. The release occurred on Monday, January 5th. There is no threat to local residents as a result of the phenomenon.
“On the morning of January 5, information was received from the island group for rapid response to volcanic eruptions of the IMGiG FEB RAS that an ash emission had occurred on the Ebeko volcano to a height of 1.5 kilometers. The plume spread westward over a distance of more than 5 kilometers,” the report notes.
Earlier it became known about a warning from the UK Meteorological Office about the approaching “bloody” rain, which is expected to hit the country in the near future.
This unusual phenomenon will be caused by sand dust from the Sahara Desert, which has traveled a long distance of five thousand kilometers and reached British lands. A similar event has already been observed in 2023, when rain left a thin layer of reddish dust on cars. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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