At the Colima, after a few beautiful explosions in the morning of December 17, the volcano was obscured by the clouds until evening.
At 21h. local time, a strong explosion occurred, with fallout of blocks on the flanks.
Sources: Tapiro foto and WebcamsdeMexico
In Nicaragua, the Telica has a low gas emission and incandescence, presumably due to their heat on the night of 16. The gas emanation continued on 17 December.
Evolution to follow ...
Source: Ineter webcam
The Copahue, still in yellow alert, continues its emissions of ashes. An interesting visit of the crater on December 15 made possible to visualize the intracratric pyroclastic cone responsible for these ash plumes.
Sources: Sernageomin & Geologia in the UNRN
In Hawaii, 61g lava flow is still active, the main branch feeding the sea entrance to Kamokuna, the secondary branch advancing gently towards the east at a rate of about ten meters per day, covering the lava emitted previously by episode 61 g. The topography suggests that it will take the direction of the ocean, provided the feeding continues - see the map.
A question often asked: where does the name of the 61g lava flow come from?
HVO volcanologists number the sequences of activity progressively, and the current episode forms the current 61st episode on the East Rift. The recent breakout feeding the secondary branch is still part of casting 61g.
Sources: HVO & Hawaii NP