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    Bali volcano eruption thought imminent

    Looks like we may get a big one.

    Mount Agung in Bali is experiencing unprecedented levels of seismic activity and could erupt in a “matter of hours” if tremors continue, Indonesia’s volcanology centre has said.


    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...P=share_btn_tw

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    ...and...skiing...because????
    2016-2017 61 Days and holding...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    ...and...skiing...because????
    It will block out the sun and create colder conditions.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    Well shoot. Last time it erupted was in 1963 and there was no early warning system. I wonder how that eruption could compare to this one. 12km evacuated is no joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    ...and...skiing...because????
    It's one of the larger volcanoes, and large eruptions can have a global cooling effect of a degree or two which can last for months.

    That might not sound like much, but if throughout your winter it always would have been.....say.... 2 degrees warmer, cumulatively that can have a pretty big effect on snow totals.

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    The effects on solar radiation would be mostly noticeable in the southern hemisphere though.

    Overall not worth hoping for.
    2016/2017: * = powder day
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    Bolton Valley [January 1, February 5*, February 19]
    Burke [December 17*, January 28*]
    Heavenly [March 5*, March 11]
    Jay Peak [January 29*, April 9]
    Jiminy Peak [November 26]
    Killington [December 4, December 10, April 8*, April 15]
    Kirkwood [March 8]
    Mad River Glen [February 25]
    Magic [February 13*]
    Mt Rose [March 7*]
    Mountain Snow [April 3]
    Northstar [March 10]
    Okemo [November 23]
    Pico [January 7*, February 18, March 19]
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    The effects on solar radiation would be mostly noticeable in the southern hemisphere though.

    Overall not worth hoping for.
    Definitely not worth hoping for given the hundreds if not thousands of homes that would be destroyed, but an average of a degree colder could have an impact. Far from hoping, but something to watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    The effects on solar radiation would be mostly noticeable in the southern hemisphere though.

    Overall not worth hoping for.

    The effects of past Indonesian volcanic winters have had a big effect in the eastern United States.

    During the largest recorded event, it snowed in June in New York, and there was frost in Connecticut and Massachusetts in August (SEE: The Year Without a Summer).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    The effects of past Indonesian volcanic winters have had a big effect in the eastern United States.

    During the largest recorded event, it snowed in June in New York, and there was frost in Connecticut and Massachusetts in August (SEE: The Year Without a Summer).
    1816 was also the peak of the Dalton Minimum so the effects were likely compounded.
    2016/2017: * = powder day
    Berkshire East [January 16, February 10]
    Bolton Valley [January 1, February 5*, February 19]
    Burke [December 17*, January 28*]
    Heavenly [March 5*, March 11]
    Jay Peak [January 29*, April 9]
    Jiminy Peak [November 26]
    Killington [December 4, December 10, April 8*, April 15]
    Kirkwood [March 8]
    Mad River Glen [February 25]
    Magic [February 13*]
    Mt Rose [March 7*]
    Mountain Snow [April 3]
    Northstar [March 10]
    Okemo [November 23]
    Pico [January 7*, February 18, March 19]
    Smuggler’s Notch [January 22]
    Stratton [February 4]
    Stowe [January 21]
    Sugarbush [January 2]
    Telluride [March 27, March 28*]
    Whiteface [February 12]

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