Quieter overnight; but rumbling, ash fall continue – lead La Soufriere scientist

La Soufriere erupts (Photo via Barbados Government Information Service)
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Lead scientist monitoring La Soufriere volcano, Professor Richard Robertson, said things were quieter overnight, but that there were still rumblings at the site.

The ash from the volcano has blanketed parts of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other Caribbean countries including Barbados and Saint Lucia.

Providing an update on Saturday morning (10 April 2021), Prof. Robertson said there was continuous venting of ash into the atmosphere.

The ash from the volcano has blanketed parts of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other Caribbean countries including Barbados and Saint Lucia.

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