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Strong southwesterly winds push almost all bombs to the eastern side of the New SE crater. 
After this picture (taken around midnight), the summit gradually becomes hidden in a massive cloud cover, as a snowstorm approaches that lasts until the next afternoon, while Etna increases her activity until the next morning, producing huge fountains and several large lava flows. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Strong southwesterly winds push almost all bombs to the eastern side of the New SE crater.
After this picture (taken around midnight), the summit gradually becomes hidden in a massive cloud cover, as a snowstorm approaches that lasts until the next afternoon, while Etna increases her activity until the next morning, producing huge fountains and several large lava flows. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
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