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  • 51. Observations -

    .. Observations from weather station Details about the station Forecast for station 12 h 6 days Graphs - 24 hours Graphs - week /weather/observations/areas/
  • 52. Minor jökulhlaup in Skaftá

    Minor jökulhlaup in Skaftá a small glacial outburst flood 8.9.2016 During the last 24 hours, the level of the Skaftá river at Sveinstindur has risen significantly. These observations suggest /about-imo/news/minor-jokulhlaup-in-skafta
  • 53. Flood subsiding

    at 07:30 UTC today. During the last 24 hours, over 17 mm of rainfall has been recorded in the Hvítá - Ölfusá catchment. Discharge levels in the upper reach of the Hvítá catchment are decreasing rapidly. At 14:00 UTC today, floodwater discharge at Fremstaver was about 264 cubic metres per second, which is 50% lower than yesterday's observations. Water-level measurements at all other monitoring /about-imo/news/nr/2662
  • 54. Seismic activity still great

    stems from the intrusive event under Dyngjujökull. A few earthquakes, shallower than those described above, have occurred in Bárðarbunga, where the activity started. This is the same pattern as during previous days. The highest magnitude during the last 24 hours was about 3.8, measured at 23:38 last night (20th August). In addition to the news Additional material on the web, now available /about-imo/news/nr/2951
  • 55. Warning against heavy rainfall

    on Saturday 14 February, lasting until late afternoon on Sunday. In these regions, the heaviest rainfall is expected around mountains and ice caps, where cumulative rainfall and snow melt amounts could exceed 100 mm over 24 hours (see map). The map shows accumulated runoff (precipitation and melt water) in millimeters from 1PM Friday 13 February 2015 until noon Sunday 15 February. Please note /about-imo/news/nr/3078
  • 56. Warning - high winds

    Temperatures slightly below zero tomorrow, temperature near zero degrees in the south in the afternoon. Decreasing wind and precipitation tomorrow evening and night, least though in Vestfirðir, the West fjords. 24 February 2015 at16:26 Meteorologists on duty Teitur Arason and Haraldur Eiríksson /about-imo/news/nr/3090
  • 57. Avalanches reported on the web

    days are now presented in the form of a map and a table that show several key characteristics of each avalanche. The table lists avalanches reported during the past seven days or the last 24 hours classified according to geographical region. One should keep in mind that most reports are from areas where the IMO employs avalanche observers and that many unreported avalanches may have fallen in other /avalanches/articles/nr/2477
  • 58. Web-pages related to the Grímsvötn eruption 2011

    ) VAAC Volcanic ash advisory in London (current information only) Institute of Earth Sciences University of Iceland The crater at Grímsvötn - news 25 May Ash measurements - news 24 May Ash plume and ligtnings - news 22 May Eruption has started in Grímsvötn - news 21 May The map below shows various reported ash fall 21 - 25 May 2011. Grímsvötn volcanic site in red. A time-lapse video from Jón /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/2220
  • 59. Web-pages related to the Grímsvötn eruption 2011

    University of Iceland The crater at Grímsvötn - news 25 May Ash measurements - news 24 May Ash plume and ligtnings - news 22 May Eruption has started in Grímsvötn - news 21 May The map below shows various reported ash fall 21 - 25 May 2011. Grímsvötn volcanic site in red. A time-lapse video from Jón Helgason shows volcanic ash approaching Reykjavík 22 May 2011 /earthquakes-and-volcanism/volcanic-eruptions/grimsvotn-2011/
  • 60. Aurora and the Earth's magnetic field

    -index today and during the past week. The Kp-index is calculated every 3 hours from measurements from 13 magnetic observatories worldwide. As the columns are higher and change colour from green to yellow or red, the Kp-index shows greater magnetic disturbances and one can expect more powerful aurora. The horizontal time-axis shows time of the day today from 0 to 24 hours (UTC - Icelandic /weather/articles/nr/2549

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