Volcanic Eruption in Iceland Once Again Shutting Down Air Space
On Saturday, coincidently the day that was meant to end life on earth, according to Family Radio and Harold Camping, a second volcano in Iceland called Grimsvotn which lies under Europes largest glacier Vatnajokull, erupted and threatens to cause havoc once again to European airspace.
Currently, experts suggest wind directions and atmospheric pressures will allow the ash cloud to remain over Iceland, but the risk of further air traffic chaos across Europe is real. The ash particles are also said to be larger, allowing it to fall to earth quicker, further decreasing the risk compared to a year ago.
By the end of the week at least, European air travelers will have a better idea of delays, but for now, the experts cannot predict when the volcano will stop errupting.