Note 13967

Geyser:Fan and Mortar
Date/Time:2019-10-24 @ 0832
Entrant:EricZ
Observer:
Time Entered:2019-10-24 09:12:12
Time Updated:2019-10-24 14:53:01
Time Uploaded:2019-10-24 14:53:01
Submitted to:Geysertimes.org
Note:There was a large steam cloud observed on the webcam that was in the general area of F&M. Really hard to tell, with the white skies and -2 degree temps, what it is. But we don't generally see steam at that location and the distance, angle are correct for F&M. I will attach a screenshot, captured late @ 9:10, but still seems extra steamy there. EDIT: After an in-basin observation from Steve and subsequent eruption of riverside, I would probably lean toward this steam being riverside in the mist. https://geysertimes.org/note.php?id=13970

Check the GOSA recording tomorrow; I pointed the cam right at the rising plume when it first became visible.
Entrant: CraigC
Time Entered:2019-10-24 12:19:36
Time Uploaded:2019-10-24 12:19:36
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/oircdr8xy17d5ps/fanAndMortarSteam.png?dl=0Screenshot from 9:10, later than the original observationEntrant: EricZ
Time Entered:2019-10-24 09:13:17
Time Uploaded:2019-10-24 09:13:17
Submitted to:Geysertimes.org


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