|Date/Time From:||2019-06-12 @ 1735|
|Date/Time To:||2019-06-12 @ 2011|
|Observer:||Tom, Byron, Roy, Bill, MA|
|Time Entered:||2019-06-12 20:46:56|
|Time Updated:||2019-06-13 06:59:26|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-06-13 07:20:50|
|Submitted to:||GeyserTimes for Android|
|Note:||Arrived to NV jetting mixed water/steam 40+' and sv in strong steam, and runoff channel dry and white. ~1800 NV began to become more vertical, "granding" to 40' and SV began to mix with wispy water. By ~1830 NV appeared to be trying to pause, water would increase in SV, then NV would spike to 80', and SV back to mostly steam. NV continued to pause and spike and SV eventually turned to vertical (even right to left) full water. By 1900 the SV channel had moistened and had significant runoff. Both NV and SV continued concerted, vertical and angled jetting, with no water seen out of NV for at least 1, but no more than 2 seconds, at times. NV would usually spike 50-80' after these short "pauses". SV was steady at 25+'.|
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