Fuego Volcano Is Quite Active During the Dry Season

Rudy Giron: AntiguaDailyPhoto.com &emdash; Fuego con constante actividad

I don’t know they reasons of why Volcán Fuego is quite active during the dry season, which happens to be the cold season as well. Whatever the reasons, I really like this Sunday morning vistas with Fuego fuming away. I wish you were here to see it and enjoy it as much as I do!

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  • Norman E. Avila G.

    Or maybe during the Dry Season you have more visibility of it.

    • Perhaps Norman, but I still believe Fuego is more active during the cold season.

      • Norman E. Avila G.

        No earth science logic on that. “Cold Season” or Dry Season ?

        • The dry season covers most of Fall, Winter and a little of Spring, which are the seasons with colder temperatures in the Northern hemisphere, Norman.

        • I don’t know Norman, it’s all black magic to me.

  • Eric

    Maybe Norman E. Avila G. is right…since I only seem to be able to visit during the wet season (Ojala, que esa cambia un dia), I have noticed Fuego puffing smoke only in those few hours of the morning when there were no clouds. What do you think, Rudy? Is that the faint sound of smoke and ash I hear behind those clouds? Or just a colorful bus that needs a new muffler…? 😉

    • Quite poetic your comment, Eric, I liked it.