The Watchers – Guatemalan Santa Maria erupts, volcanic ash up to 7.6 km
“The progress report from the SMU North Texas Earthquake Study said the relation of the quakes to two nearby waste-water injection wells remains a major question. Preliminary locations for the earthquakes show them occurring within one to two kilometers of the well sites.”
What’s down in the butane cavern while all this is going on?
Let’s look . . . – – – The latest update is for May 4th –
A new, big Mexico quake causes a big slosh effect at Lake FUBAR as shown on LA10-03. And that’s from a quake on the Pacific side of Mexico. The volcano Friday is near an east-to-west fault that runs across to Puerto Rico. MAP.
SEE ALSO – the FC blog (Baja-to-Arctic Circle quake line on Friday).
Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . .
This Baton Rouge weather report makes us wonder what a lot of rain runoff will do to Lake FUBAR.
Wet weather situation lingers until Saturday morning
and . . . (ikk!) Sewage backing up into Baton Rouge homes
LA12 grumbling still hasn’t stopped. Mostly all quiet on the other helicorders Sunday morning.