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Cleveland: Color Code YELLOW Alert Level ADVISORY
Local time: February 05, 2016 1425 AKST (February 05, 2016 2325 UTC)
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CODE DEFINITIONS
YELLOW: Volcano is exhibiting signs of elevated unrest above known background level or, after a change from a higher level, volcanic activity has decreased significantly but continues to be closely monitored for possible renewed increase.
ADVISORY: Volcano is exhibiting signs of elevated unrest above known background level or, after a change from a higher level, volcanic activity has decreased significantly but continues to be closely monitored for possible renewed increase.
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CLEVELAND UPDATES
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-02-05 13:45:35 - Weekly Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-02-04 14:52:34 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-02-03 12:39:33 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-02-02 12:01:04 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-02-01 15:00:56 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-01-31 12:11:06 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-01-30 11:54:34 - Daily Update
YELLOW/ADVISORY 2016-01-29 13:53:20 - Weekly Update

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ASHFALL AND ASH CLOUD FORECASTS: MODEL OUTPUT
Mathematical models developed by the USGS, UAF, and NOAA forecast various aspects of how a volcanic ash plume will interact with wind—where, how high, and how fast ash particles will be transported in the atmosphere, as well as where ash will fall out and accumulate on the ground. AVO runs these models when a volcano is restless by assuming a reasonable hypothetical eruption, in order to provide a pre-eruptive forecast of areas likely to be affected. During an ongoing eruption, AVO will update the forecast with actual observations (eruption start time and duration, plume height) as they become available. All models use the same input parameters so they are comparable. Click on individual graphics to learn more.
ASHFALL FORECASTS
ASHFALL FORECAST

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REPORTED ASHFALL

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ASH CLOUD FORECASTS (AIRBORNE):
ASH3D CLOUD HEIGHT

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ASH3D CLOUD LOAD

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PUFF CLOUD HEIGHT

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TRAJECTORY FORECASTS:
HYSPLIT TRAJECTORY

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THESE PRODUCTS MAY NOT BE CURRENT.
During an actual eruption, see National Weather Service forecasts of airborne ash hazard to aircraft (SIGMETS: http://aawu.arh.noaa.gov and Volcanic Ash Advisories: http://vaac.arh.noaa.gov) as well as forecasts of ash fall: http://pafc.arh.noaa.gov.
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Infrasound graphic July 21 2015
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July 23, 2015 satellite image
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