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  • 1. News

    News © Sigurlaug Hjaltadóttir Grímsvötn eruption: evening flight at Tuesday 24 May 2011 from 20:30 to 21:00 hrs /about-imo/news/bigimg/2188
  • 2. Observations - Biskupsháls

    Max wind : 11 / 15Road temp. : 0.3° 09 GMT 0.9° SSE 10 Max wind : 18 / 22Road temp. : 0.3° 08 GMT -0.1° ESE 20 Max wind : 25 / 31Road temp. : 0.4° 07 GMT 0.7° ESE 24 Max wind : 29 / 34Road temp. : 0.4° 06 GMT 1.1° ESE 30 Max wind : 30 / 36Road temp. : 0.3° 05 GMT 0.5° ESE 24 Max wind : 24 / 29Road temp. : 0.3° 04 GMT 0.2° ESE 24 Max wind : 24 /m/observations/areas
  • 3. Sea ice in July 2010

    2010 Sea ice in July 2010 One observation was received from a ship on two icebergs in location 66°25,6'N - 24°53,7'W and 66°21,4N - 24°52,2W /sea-ice/monthly/2010/nr/2342
  • 4. Sea ice in June 2010

    and 24°15' W up to 66°59'N and 22°24'W. On the 14th an observation was also received from the weather station „Hraun á Skaga“ on an iceberg 10-11 nm northwest of Skagatá. On the 22nd an ice strip was observed at 66°49'N and 22°22'W until 66°51'N and 22°09'W. On the 29th two icebergs were observed in Þverál. IMO issued information and an image of the ice edge 16th June. Wind directions were close /sea-ice/monthly/2010/nr/2341
  • 5. Sea ice in November 2010

    and the ice was scattered. Two observations from ships were received 29th November, on a strip at location 66°50´N - 24°36´W and at 67°00´N - 24°02´W. Wind directions were mostly from the northeast and the east, however southwesterlies occurred for a few days at the Greenland Strait /sea-ice/monthly/2010/nr/2346
  • 6. News

    began at 17:30. This eruption was powerful for the first 24 hrs. In the early hours of 22nd May the ash plume reached 15-19 km height. The eruption was over 25th May. This photo is taken 22nd May at 10:20, showing reduced visibility due to great quantities of ash in the air. It is assumed that as much ash was released into the air during the first 24 hours of this eruption as in total during the 40 /about-imo/news/bigimg/2421
  • 7. Bjargtangar - weather station - information

    regionBreiðafjörður(br) Location65°30.174', 24°31.870' (65.5029, 24.5312) Height above sea-level35.0 m a.s.l. Beginning of weather observations1994 Station owned byVegagerðin View the observations on a mapView the forecast on a mapView meteogramStation list /weather/stations/
  • 8. News

    is likely during the next 24 hours. News 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 /about-imo/news/bigimg/2660
  • 9. News

    News NASA USGS © Institute of the Earth Sciences An image from Landsat 8, NASA USGS, since 24 September 2013, shows the northern half /about-imo/news/bigimg/2768
  • 10. News

    News © Veðurstofa Íslands Aviation Colour Code for Icelandic volcanoes. An example from the web 24 April 2015 /about-imo/news/bigimg/3128

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