|Date/Time From:||2019-07-13 @ 1730|
|Date/Time To:||2019-07-13 @ 2059|
|Observer:||Tara & others|
|Time Entered:||2019-07-14 11:42:38|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-07-14 11:42:38|
|Note:||Arrived at 6h40m since previous Fountain and the entire peninsula on on the west side of the crater was above the water level. The water in Morning rose very slowly, finally covering the island next to the peninsula about 8h after Fountain. From then on the water level continued to rise with increased boiling; by 9h20m after Fountain there was vigorous bubbling in 3 different spots along the north (back) side of the crater with occasional bloops up to 6 inches inches high and visible convection. During this entire time there was nothing but light, wispy steam coming from Morning's Thief. Fountain's water level was also very high by the time its eruption started 10h07m after the previous eruption; Morning immediately had a 2-foot boil on the north edge, then a dome to 8-10 feet with waves across the entire pool and then bursting to start the eruption.|
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