The third eruption of the year began to Fuego / Guatemala on February 9 from 19:30, with moderate to heavy explosions causing ash plumes. They are maintained six hours after the start.
In its special report of 10 February / 00:00, INSIVUMEH reported incandescent projections / lava fountains 500 meters above the crater and a plume amount to 4,800 a.s.l. before moving towards NO on 25 km.
Fuego - lava fountains on 02/09/2016
Ash falls are recorded in Chimaltenango and Zaragoza, accompanied by a smell of sulfur. Lava flows reach 800 to 2,000 meters and cover the ravines Trinidad, Las Lajas and Santa Teresa, with the risk of pyroclastic flows.
Sources: INSIVUMEH & Conred
In Chile, activity continues at Copahue, with on the day of February 9, larger ash plumes, and a nocturnal glow early in the night.
Copahue - emission of ashes 02.09.2016 / around 18h GMT, and incandescence at 22:31 loc.- webcams SERNAGEOMIN
At Sakurajima / Japan, explosions continue, with plumes of between 700 and 2,500 meters above the crater. It seems that the "normal" activity has resumed.
Videos of the activity on 08 & 09.02.2016.