According to KVERT, pyroclastic flows from the collapse of the dome of Sheveluch this December 21 from 2:31 UTC traveled the southwest flank. An ash plume rose to 4500 - 5000 m asl before spreading to the east-southeast of the volcano, in orange alert. This morning, the unusually clear sky above the volcano shows no traces of ash clouds.
In Nicaragua, the Masaya sees the presence of a lava lake in its crater confirmed by a video of Telenoticias, on which segregates the projections due to the brewing of lava.
The lake level rising and the strong degassing interfere in the recent days with many tourists who travel to watch the phenomenon.
The intermittent lava lake of Masaya is thus part of the inner circle of the lava lakes on the planet, now numbering eight.
A beautiful video of Masaya, and Momotombo erupting on: http://www.teletica.com/Noticias/111869-Lago-de-lava-del-volcan-Masaya-es-un-impresionante-espectaculo.note.aspx
The Colima, in Mexico, presented, yesterday December 21 to 11:10, a beautiful explosion accompanied by a plume of ash, which is mounted to 2,500 meters before drifting eastward. The SEGOB recommends to seal doors and windows with a damp cloth to prevent the penetration of the ash in homes.
In Bromo / East Java, the ash plume remains important, and unfortunately poorly documented, cause ash fall on Probolingo and surrounding villages.