(Worthy News) - Lava bubbling to the surface on Hawaii’s Big Island is the hottest and most fluid it’s been since Kilauea erupted four weeks ago — measuring at least 1,652 degrees Fahrenheit with no upper limit in sight, a volcanologist with the USGS warned Thursday.
Wendy Stovall with the U.S. Geological Survey told reporters that the actual temperature is likely even higher.
“It’s hard to get to the center, which is the hottest portion of the fountain,” Stovall said. [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]
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