Event Name : Shishaldin 1994/10This is a questionable event.
|Start:||October 4, 1994 ||Observed|
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From Neal and others (1995): "Satellite image [of Shishaldin Volcano] shows plume-like cloud on 5-23-94; subsequently confirmed to be meteorological. Possible ash eruption on 10-4-94; pilot report of steam plume 3 km (9,840 ft) above the volcano with minor amounts of ash.
"* * * A plume-like image was recognized on an AVHRR satellite image prompting NWS to issue a SIGMET on the night of May 23, 1994. There were no pilot confirmations of any eruption and it is likely that this feature was a meteorologically enhanced fumarolic cloud."