‘Vog’ from Kilauea volcano blankets Marshall Islands, 3700km away | US news | The Guardian
Officials have warned that volcanic smog would continue moving west, as Marshall Islands issues health warning
Haze from the Kilauea volcano eruption in Hawaii blanketed the Marshall Islands 3,700 kilometres (2,300 miles) away on Sunday, as officials warned it would continue moving west.
The haze, a phenomenon known as “vog” or volcanic smog, is spreading across Micronesia, the US National Weather Service based in Guam said.
The volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island is now in its fourth week of eruptions.