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February 22, 2015 4:10 AM

Computer simulation shows where volcanic ash could go if Mount Baker erupts

A computer simulation delves 6,600 years into the past to show where volcanic ash would go if Mount Baker blew today.

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    Thanksgiving will be rainy as usual. Warm weather will bring rain and cause rivers and creeks to rise too. A flood watch has been issued for Whatcom County.