I am watching Iceland very closely!
A volcano on Iceland which has not erupted since about the year 1200 A.D., exploded back to life Friday night, sending molten lava volcanic ash and POISONOUS GASES flying into the night sky.
The Volcano named Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland is spewing lava, ash, and POISONOUS GAS at this hour.
While the volcano is far away from any populated area, people down wind are being told to close their home windows and turn up their interior heat to positively pressurize their house to keep poisonous gas out.
Citizens are reporting a heavy smell of sulfur in the night air throughout southern Iceland.
This volcano began experiencing earthquake swarms back on March 3. This web site reported (HERE) that the swarms were consistent with a pending eruption and that scientists had decided to evacuate, fearing an eruption was imminent.
Well, nature’s version of “imminent” sometimes takes a lot longer than man’s version . . . and here we are, 16 days later, nature has come through!