The eruption continues at Kilauea, both at the top as at the Pu'u O'o vent on the East rift zone.
Kilauea - overflows of lava from the lake Halema'uma'u 10.15.2016 / 1:34 p.m., both east (left photo) and west (right) - webcam picture K2 / HVO
At the summit, the lava lake in Halema'uma'u see his level going up or down to suit the inflation or deflation of the volcano.
Saturday 15 October, the lake level is mounted to the point of overflowing on the crater floor from 01 and 02 p.m., then again to 06:30 p.m., forming two lobes, to the east and west of the lake.
On September 22, the level had reached 10 meters under the edge of the vent, the highest level since the last flood in April-May 2015. After the episode of 15 October, the lake level was on 17.10 morning at 17 meters under the rim of the vent.
Pu 'O'o continues, despite the deflationary trend, to present incandescent sources in the crater.
The 61 g lava flow continues to fuel the arrival of lava into the ocean at Kamokuna, where the interaction between lava and water causes explosions.
Sources: HVO & Epic lava.