The Fuego, in Guatemala, presents a new phase of high activity from the morning of 29 November.
Moderate to heavy explosions generate incandescent emissions to 250 -300 meters above the crater, feed lava flows long of 1800-2000 meters, and are accompanied by shock waves and impact.
In its report of November 30 at 0:40 local, the Insivumeh confirms that the eruption, described as Vulcanian, continues, with lava fountains 500 meters above the crater, feeding four lava flows in direction of ravines Ceniza, Trinidad, Las Lajas and Santa Teresa, reaching a length of 2 to 3,000 meters.
The shock of the explosions is heard and do vibrates roofs and windows up to 12 km. Ash fallout are reported on Panimache 1 & 2, Morelia, Santa Sofía, El Porvenir, los Yucales, Rochela and Ceilán. The danger of pyroclastic concerns the ravines Trinidad, Las Lajas and El Jute.
This effusive eruption is visible from the coast and the capital.
- Insivumeh & Conred
- Local media
In Kamchatka, the volcanoes Klyuchevskoy, in aviation yellow alert, Sheveluch, Zhupanovsky and Karymsky, in orange alert aviation, have a variable activity.
The Sheveluch saw its business decline in recent days, with rarest and weaker glowing avalanches,mainly towards the southwest and small ash explosions.
A moderate activity qualifies Karymsky volcano, always in orange aviation alert. This Nov. 30, at 3:55 UTC, a pilot reported an ash plume rising to 7,500 meters asl, before drifting to the east-southeast over 80 km.
The Zhupanovsky issued an ash plume on November 28, identified by the VAAC Tokyo via his satellite Himawari 8, reaching an altitude of 6,000 meters before drifting 300 km.
- Nasa Worldview EODIS