It's a hazy day in St.
Our local met office
Special Features: There are
ongoing ash emissions from the Soufrière Hills Volcano in Montserrat. The
Southeasterly wind flow at lower levels of the atmosphere may cause the volcanic
ash to move over the islands. Volcanic ash has been already
reported today to cause a drop in visibility, the density of the ash cloud will
be of light to moderate.
This is a graphic from NOAA and
indeed the ash is coming right over us.
The skies look like this
I don't see any ash on my car, but my
throat is a little scratchy.