Ash fell on Barbados and plunged the island nation into darkness on April 10 as the fallout from a volcanic eruption on nearby Saint Vincent made its way east.
The sky emitted a dark reddish tone as day turned to night in some parts of Barbados on Saturday.
A thick plume from the La Soufriere volcano caused visibility to plummet, The Barbados Meteorological Service said":https://twitter.com/BarbadosMet/status/1380945411456782342. Ash continued to effect the island on Sunday, prompting a volcanic ash warning from the weather bureau.
This video from Bajan Lifestyles shows ash falling on the island’s east coast. “Right now, it looks like night,” the uploader can be heard saying in the video.
“Ash falling like snow in Barbados from the La Soufriere in St. Vincent,” the uploader wrote in a Twitter post. Credit: Bajan Lifestyles via Storyful