A blog about weather, climate, and science. Occasionally, we'll post on other topics of interest.
Friday, August 3, 2018
Some of the computer models are showing Hurricane Hector moving near the Island of Hawaii. Of course, that is the location of a major volcanic eruption from Mt. Kiluea. Rain falling on lava creates a serious air pollution hazard due to a glass-like substance that occurs when the water comes in contact with the lava. This could get interesting.