An eruption began on December 3 at around 18:30 UTC at Karymsky volcano, according to data from VAAC Tokyo.
A cloud of ash, 16 by 12 km, was spotted 92 km east of the volcano at 21:17 UTC.
Moderate activity has followed, but the danger of other ash explosions persists, possibly affecting low-level air traffic.
The aviation code is passed to Orange.
Sources: KVERT, VAAC Tokyo
The Fuego has presented this December 3 from 5 to 9 explosions per hour, accompanied by shock waves and plumes of ash amount up to 4,800 meters asl. Ashes move west and southwest over about 15 km., and ash falls are reported on Morelia, Panimache, Porvenir, Santa Sofía, Sangre de Cristo and Yepocapa.
Block avalanches are described as constant in the direction of Seca, Ceniza and Las Lajas barrancas.
Source: Insivumeh & Conred
Etna has kept yesterday the behavior of the previous days, characterized by small emissions of ash from the new vent of the crater southeast.
On the evening of December 3, the snow-covered summit had a glow at the NSEC Puttusiddu, opened on November 25, 2015, and further, either at the Voragine puttusiddu, opened on August 7, 2016, or issued by the NEC, to be determined. .
This incandescence is probably caused by hot gases, in greater quantity than previously observed.
Source: Boris Behncke