Ash emissions continue at Bromo, observed 300-700 meters above the crater on the morning of 24 March.
Saturday ash falls are reported on the villages of Kandang Tepus and Argosari; BPBD does not recommend visiting B29 for this reason.
The activity level remains at 2 / waspasa, with a forbidden area of 1 km radius.
Respect for this area seems to be a problem for some arrogant tourists who do not hesitate to fight with officials who remind them of the ban.
Sources: PVMBG, Magma Indonesia, BNPB and Øystein Lund Andersen
Bromo - development of the plume in the crater on 24.03.2019 - photo by drone / Øystein Lund Andersen
The Mirova site reports a "high" thermal anomaly at Erta Ale / Ethiopia, this March 23 at 19:20, with a VRP of 117 MW.
On the Sentinel 2 satellite image of March 20, there are three hot spots:
- the first, weak, at the level of the southern pit crater of the caldera, masked by an important degassing;
- the second, at the SSE of the caldera, caused either by an overflow of lava, or even visible thanks to a skylight, the distribution of lava being mainly in lava tunnels;
- the third, on active flows, about 15 km from the summit, north of the distal lava delta.
Sources: Mirova and Sentinel 2
The Fuego activity in Guatemala appears to be at medium levels, with 12 to 15 weak to moderate explosions, and a plume of gas and ash at 4,700 meters asl. dispersing 15 km in a southerly and south-easterly direction.
The Insivumeh informs incandescent pulses at 300 meters above the crater during the night. This activity generates small avalanches towards Seca, Taniluyá, Ceniza, Las lajas, Honda and Trinidad.