Alaska volcano erupts again

Snowflakes laced with fine, gray ash fell on communities south of Anchorage as a series of volcanic eruptions continued early Saturday on an uninhabited island dozens of miles (kilometers) away.

Plumes of ash from the &to=' target=_blank>volcano drifted across Cook Inlet and into Homer, 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the northeast, halting air travel and closing schools in some Kenai Peninsula communities Friday.

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