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Projected Movement Of Iceland Ash Cloud - April 16-18

These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself; red: ash that has fallen by precipitation; black: the actual ash cloud.
Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 1900 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 1900 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 2200 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (16.4. 2200 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0100 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0100 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0400 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0400 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0700 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 0700 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1000 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1000 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1300 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1300 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1900 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 1900 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 2200 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (17.4. 2200 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0100 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0100 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0400 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0400 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0700 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 0700 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1000 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1000 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1300 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1300 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1600 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1800 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent: yellow: ash that has fallen by itself red: ash that has fallen by precipitation black: the actual ash cloud Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Projected spread of Icelandic ash cloud (18.4. 1800 UTC) - These images show a projection of the movement of the ash clouds from the Iceland volcanic eruption moving over Europe. The colors on the map represent:

yellow: ash that has fallen by itself
red: ash that has fallen by precipitation
black: the actual ash cloud

Source: Norwegian Meteorological Institute

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