In the last 24 hours, the activity remained at Turrialba, characterized by intermittent ash emissions. A plume developed to 500 meters above the active crater, generating ash falls on a western sector.
Sources: Ovsicori & RSN.
The eruption continues at Kilauea. Pu'u O'o Crater has persistent glow. Two skylights, on the north side, show a persistent power supply of the 61g lava flow, which spring to Kamokuna, where activity is concentrated in the eastern lava delta front. Fractures on the delta increased in size, both laterally and in width, indicating the possibility of a collapse thereof.
Source: HVO and Extreme Exposure Fine Art Gallery
Photos of lahar that hit the Bebeng river near the Merapi volcano on 27/10/2016, following heavy rains remobiling the ash deposited during the eruption of Merapi in October-November 2010.
Nine trucks of sand mine were washed away, six of which were badly damaged. The workers had time to escape.
With increased of rainfall, the potential threat of lahars has also increased, and the BNPB reminds to neighboring populations of the drainages to remain vigilant, a lahar requiring only 30 minutes to cover the distance between the upper flanks of the volcano and its foot .
Source: Tribune Jogja & Sutopo Purwo Nugroho / BNPB.