Pyrocumulus (fire natural+disasters clouds Summer mountains sky trees ). Photo by katy99780
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Wednesday July 3, 2013

Tok, AK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Pyrocumulus building like a live demon from the Moon Lake Fire west of Tok.

Look closely and you'll see a new plume 'awakening' to the right of the little tree on the horizon.

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July 3, 2013 Photo Series

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4. katy99780
3:40 PM GMT on July 04, 2013
Thank you very much my friends, very much.
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3. Marta4
10:13 AM GMT on July 04, 2013
Wow - impressive! Your film helped me get a better grasp on how pyrocumulus clouds build quickly. As trailhiker said, stay safe!
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2. trailhiker44
5:21 AM GMT on July 04, 2013
Gil expressed it all so well -and I can only join in my prayers for you, your husband and all the Firefighters out there !
Excellent shot, Katy !
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Stay safe - won`t be such a good Independence Day,I guess, but maybe there will be time to pay tribute to this significant day in history !
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1. gilg72
10:35 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
Great photo Katy. Great series also. Thanks to you and Jack for all the effort you are putting into controlling these dangerous fires. Prayers for you both & all the Firefighters out there. Lots of risks out there no matter what involvement you have.
Congratulations on this VIP!
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About katy99780


I've lived in Alaska since 1969. I love this wild land. The extremes of the far north shape and affect every living thing. Extremes of weather, elevation, daylight hours, isolation, flora and fauna, nothing in Nature is insignificant.I have a Davis Vantage Pro weather station, uploading to Wunderground, (Turks on the Tundra) the National Weather Service, the Citizen Weather Observation Program and MADIS (Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System). "May you have warmth in your igloo, oil in your lamp, and peace in your heart." ~ Indigenous Arctic Proverb

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