A pyroclastic flow can be anywhere from 100-1000℃, though the gasses contained are usually the hottest parts, compared to the actual molten rock.
Pyroclastic flows can reach 1500* Fahrenheit, and travel at speeds of 100 – 150 mph. They are incredibly dangerous, and capable of knocking down trees, houses, and almost anything int heir way, due to a combination of heat and mass.
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