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Weather forecast for the next 24 hours

Variable winds 3-8, but east 5-10 m/s south of Eyjafjallajökull. Fair in most places inland and over west Iceland but otherwise cloudy on the coasts. Temperatures from 8 to 19 deg. C during daytime, warmest in the southwest.
Forecast made 23.08.2017 10:49

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The flood in Múlakvísl has subsided - 31.7.2017

The glacial outburst flood in Múlakvísl has subsided. Conductivity measurements have slowly reached normal levels. Travelers are advised to show caution by the source of the river due to possible gas emissions.

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Glacial outburst flood in Múlakvísl - 29.7.2017

Glacial outburst flood in Múlakvísl river is ongoing. People are advised to stay away from the river due to gas pollution; the river is showing a dark colour and smells of sulphur.

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Delivery of scientific data - 20.6.2017

IMO has received a shipment of scientific data from Dr. Richard S. Williams, Jr., geologist, which will benefit research in various fields of natural sciences in Iceland. Dr. Oddur Sigurðsson geologist was there to receive the documents, which arrived on four pallets.

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Funded MS student opportunity. Dust and ash re-suspension sources - 7.6.2017

This student opportunity is a part of a collaborative research project, called “Changes in the health effects impact of aerosol particles and natural source material following volcanic eruptions”, between the University of Iceland, the Icelandic Met Office (IMO), and the UK MetOffice.

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How do you view volcanoes? - 28.2.2017

The Icelandic Met Office and King's College London are carrying out a survey on views toward volcanoes. It has two aims: to investigate Icelanders' and tourists' views about the 2014–15 eruptions at Holuhraun, and to assess the role of volcanoes and volcanic activity in Iceland more generally.

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Bad weather is expected - 23.2.2017

The Icelandic Meteorological Office wants to emphasize the extremely bad weather  which is expected tomorrow Friday 24th of February. Windspeed is expected to be 20 - 28 m/s (45 - 62 miles/hour) in the south and western part after noon tomorrow with strong gusts up to 40 m/s (90 miles/hour).


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The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) is a public institution, historically based on the Icelandic Meteorological Office (1920) and the Icelandic Hydrological Survey (1948). The two institutions merged in 2009, with the responsibility of monitoring natural hazards in Iceland and conducting research in related fields, as well as participating in international monitoring and research. IMO has a staff of 130 people, of which 60 staff members work on research-related activities.

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