As Kilauea continues to increase the size of Hawaii, another volcano has erupted. On Sunday, Mt. Fuego decided to blow it’s top. Unlike, Kilauea, Fuego killed several dozen people in it’s explosive eruption.
It’s pretty rare for two volcanoes to suffer explosive eruptions in the same year. Normally, there’s one big eruption followed by several years of silence from the world’s active volcanoes.
However, it’s going to be a weird year. There was an EF3/EF4 tornado in Wyoming also over the weekend, which doesn’t happen but about every 30 years. Also, there’s a geyser eruption going on in Yellowstone that has been happening since Kilauea began belching smoke in early May… All while Ol’ Faithful is getting less faithful.
More later on those things, I need to do some more research.