|Watch this Mexican volcano explode dramatically in |
the video at the bottom of this post.
Let's just say we should all be glad nobody was near the Colima volcano when it exploded at about 9:13 a.m. local time Wednesday morning, says Mashable.
The ash cloud went 13,000 feet into the sky. Luckily winds were blowing the ash away from populated areas, including Puerto Vallarta in southwestern Mexico.
There have been no reports of injuries or serious damage with this. Authorities have been keeping people away from the volcano.
As if anybody in their right minds would want to go near it.
The volcano has been erupting repeatedly in recent weeks, but this was the biggest explosion on Colima during its current round of eruptions.
Experts say Colima will probably continue erupting in the coming days and weeks.
This video of Wednesday's eruption is a good reason to stay away from it, but be totally wowed by it.