West Coast California — Multiple volcanoes erupting offshore? – Full video

These events were observed on December 11, 2017 (occurring on December 9th -10th) seen on the GOES weather satellite (visible feed) provided by NOAA and the National Weather Service: http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/


The Escanaba Segment is directly below the first water vapor event out to sea just West of Eureka.

The Taney Seamount Volcanoes are below the larger water vapor event out to sea West of the creeping section of the San Andreas which is currently swarming with earthquakes.

See Also: (Dutchsinse) – 12/11/2017 — Multiple Volcanoes erupting off the West Coast of California?!

At 8:15 in this video I start talking after I observed the vapor events out in the ocean…

This was all recorded live on the live stream… first I was looking for the wildfire smoke from Southern California.. and that’s when I noticed the vapor plume out in the ocean coming from a single source for most of the day.

I decided to save the whole video from the live stream from before I got on until after I finished so people could see the whole segment unedited.

This was recorded live on the live stream in front of several hundred people.

The popping you hear is the Christmas fireplace I have running on the live stream 🙂

These events were observed on December 11, 2017 (occurring on December 9th -10th) seen on the GOES weather satellite (visible feed) provided by NOAA and the National Weather Service: http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/

The Escanaba Segment is directly below the first water vapor event out to sea just West of Eureka.

The Taney Seamount Volcanoes are below the larger water vapor event out to sea West of the creeping section of the San Andreas which is currently swarming with earthquakes.