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18 thoughts on “Vog Blankets Entire State Following Mauna Loa Eruption”

  1. very good article..I got very sick from the vog, had to leave the islands early.
    and I am here 3-4 times a year, on Maui. I have asthma, it destroyed me

    Is more expected??


    ray/lost angeles

    1. Hi Ray.

      The vog is supposed to be much less now. Although today on Kauai it was very noticeable and irritating.


  2. I can’t say I’ve noticed any vog here in Hilo since the eruption started — probably a combination of winds blowing it away and the rain that’s been falling nearly every day washing it out of the air. Sorry for the rest of you though.

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