The Phase That Launched 1000 Shifts

For the past few hours, in various ways, the state of Montana has been trying to catch Lunghu’s attention. (That, or it’s some woman named Helena.)

Duly noted:  Lunghu is now on full Missoula Alert.  Whatever that means.   Let’s hope that the impending news –whatever it is– will be good.

Is it just this?

It would be easier to list places in Eastern Montana that are not swamped with floodwaters.
“We’ve got flooding in every county,” said Tom Humphrey, lead forecaster at the National Weather Service office in Billings.

However, in a multilingual world, Lunghu also has to take into account the possibility that ‘Montaña’ is actually speaking español.  Maybe Lunghu’s attention needs to be directed further south:

The Telica Volcano in the Department of Leon has entered a period of activity and should be watched carefully, according to Alejandro Rodriguez, head of the Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies (INETER). “The Telica Volcano is showing strong seismic activity, which indicates that there is movement of magna.” he said. [Rodriguez added] that the volcano has been active for about 500 years but has never had a cataclysmic eruption, but said, “I couldn’t assure you that nothing will happen; so the best thing is to take precautions.”  Telica’s last violent eruption was in 1948 with milder activity in 1994 and 1999.

credit: Stephanie Wong

Update sometime soon?

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