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The Iceland eruption has begun, but we aren't to the full-blown ash cloud stage yet.
Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) – Iceland is monitoring a fissure eruption north of the Bardarbunga volcano as authorities downgraded the threat of a full-blown ash cloud.

The Icelandic Met Office lowered their aviation warning level to “orange,” after earlier raising it to the highest level following the eruption, according to an e-mailed statement. “A significant emission of ash into the atmosphere is not likely,” the agency said.

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