The Zhupanovsky passed in aviation orange alert following the strong explosions of November 20.
A first explosion at 14:29 local propelled ash and gas to 8,000 meters asl. before drifting northeast. Twenty minutes later, a second formed a plume rising to over 6,000 meters asl. drifting towards the east. Ash falls are reported on the volcano's surroundings.
The ash cloud stretched to 73 km to the east, according to the KVERT, and over 200 km according to the VAAC.
The last eruption of Zhupanovsky dates from March 25th.
Sources: KVERT & VAAC Tokyo
At Colima, the effusive eruption continues, characterized by an overflow of the lava cone forming a small flow on the flank, and sliding from the lava front.
Colima - the 20.11.2016 at 4h52 and 20h10 - in red, the lava flow, in yellow, slides from the front of lava - photos WebcamsdeMexico
The 15th paroxysm of the year continues in the Fuego, with lava fountains rising 300 meters above the crater. They feed three lava flows, respectively in the Trinidad barranca on 1,000 meters, in the barranca Ceniza on 2,000 meters and the barranca Las Lajas on 2,500 meters.
A few avalanches of blocks are reported around the crater. The explosions are accompanied by ash plumes rising to 4,500-5,000 m. asl, then move south and southwest for 15 km, with ash falls on Morelia, Santa Sofia and Panimaché.
Possible pyroclastic flows require a vigilance incrising in the drainages.
Sources: Insivumeh & Conred