A volcano in the Caribbean has been erupting for quite some time. Residents on some eastern Caribbean islands were placed on alert last week after several dormant volcanoes suddenly spewed into life, sending columns of smoke into the sky. Authorities issued warnings on the island group of St Vincent and the Grenadines, home to nearly 100,000 residents, after scientists rushed to survey the activity. The eruption came just days after Hurricane Albert, which struck the region with a devastating tropical storm. There is no threat to human life or properties at this time; however, the local authorities recommend that residents evacuate the area and seek higher ground until the eruption ends.

The Grenadines is one of the most sparsely populated islands in the Caribbean, making monitoring active volcanoes more difficult. Although St. Vincent and the Grenadines are not at risk of being hit directly by a volcano, it does have a number of active volcanoes in its immediate area. The most active volcano in the Caribbean is Mt. Catamount, which is located on the central island. The volcano sends out small amounts of steam and ash into the air, which can be seen from the observatory located near the base of the mountain.

If you are a volcano enthusiast, you will be interested to know that there are several more active volcanoes in the eastern Caribbean off the north-central coast of Venezuela. These volcanoes include Popoyo and Grande Rivere (pop. Rivere), which are also located in the Carambola National Park. In addition, there is Grand Etang in the Antigua region.

The Caribbean has a number of active volcanoes, which explains why the Caribbean received a first alert of its kind issued by the US embassy in Barbados. On the evening of August 10th, the US Embassy received a phone call from officials in Barbados, who were reporting an explosion heard at about 8:30 am. At first, the officials thought it was a car accident on the southern tip of the island, but later learned that the explosion had occurred close to the hotel where the US ambassador to Barbados was staying. There were no injuries or damages caused in the explosion, and no one was hurt in the process. US officials issued a warning to all residents of the hotels in the Caribbean resort area, advising them to seek safety and to stay away from the affected areas.

It is not clear whether the explosion was caused by a volcano or by an explosion of some other sort. Volcanoes in the eastern Caribbean are relatively common and often produce small explosions during their eruptive periods. For example, in July of 2021 there was a large explosion of a volcano in central Puerto Rico. The explosion resulted in a number of planes being destroyed in flight, and there have been several reports of small earthquakes near or in the vicinity of erupting volcanoes in the last few years. It is also not clear how a volcano in the Caribbean could have caused the advisory to be issued.

There are a number of airports in the Caribbean, and several islands. Some of these islands are volcanic, while others are located within the boundaries of the Caribbean Sea. One island, namely Grenadines, is located between the Caribbean Sea and Prince Rupert Island. The island is home to the tallest mountain on the island, which is also the highest point in the entire Caribbean. In addition, there is a crater lake on the south-western side of the island.