|Date/Time From:||2019-05-19 @ 0730|
|Date/Time To:||2019-05-19 @ 2130|
|Observer:||Ben VL, Isaac F, Kat, Carol, Bill, Tom, Kyle, Suzanne, Heinrich, others|
|Time Entered:||2019-05-27 13:42:30|
|Time Updated:||2019-05-27 13:58:48|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-05-27 13:58:48|
|Submitted to:||GeyserTimes for iOS|
|Note:||A lot like yesterday. Very cold and steamy, so I did not take a lot of notes. Many (probable) decent minors were obscured by steam, so it was hard to see exactly how SB was doing. North vent was having a lot of thick, tall angled minors throughout the day. It occasionally had vertical, but when it did it was usually brief. Follow-ups to the better minors were rare. South vent generally looked good for most of the day, but there were a couple stretches where it hardly played at all. Lots of quiet pauses that lasted a minute or more. A lot of the better minors were followed immediately by a pause. Had an energy peak between 1700 and 1800 with consistent minors that were tall, thick, and concerted, many of them were sustained, and there was not a lot of quiet time in between. The peak contained a good series of minors, the best of which was a concerted minor with good SV, and a 20' - 30' high, thick vertical burst out of North that was not sustained. Had another energy peak around 2000. Just as we were driving away, got a radio call that things were picking up again. We came back to look, and there were a lot of concerted, sustained, tall, voluminous minors with little time in between. Hardly any of them had NV vertical, though. The activity died down again, and we called it a day. Overall, nothing super exciting today, I did not observe any real Granding even. Plenty of minors that would have been extremely exciting if the NV play had been vertical.|
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