Mount St. Helens Eruptions May Continue It's been three months since Mount St. Helens exploded in clouds of steam and ash over southern Washington. The volcano is quiet now, but it remains active, and a new lava dome has formed. Ley Garnett of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports.
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Mount St. Helens Eruptions May Continue

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It's been three months since Mount St. Helens exploded in clouds of steam and ash over southern Washington. The volcano is quiet now, but it remains active, and a new lava dome has formed. Ley Garnett of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports.