During the past 24 hours, monitoring systems of the Popocatépetl volcano have been identified185 exhalations, accompanied by water vapor, gas and light amounts of ash.
In addition, two explosions were observed this morning, the first at 06:44 and the second at 07:04. In addition, a volcanotectonic earthquake was recorded yesterday at 19:07, with a calculated magnitude of 3.1 and 166 minutes of tremor.
At 12:40, a third explosion was recorded, about 8 km in height, with a moderate ash content that winds dispersed to the southwest.
Possible falls of ashes are to be feared on the states of Morelos, EdoMex and Puebla.
At 15:08, Popocatépetl started ash emissions, originally dispersed to EdoMex, but as it gained altitude, it changed direction towards Puebla.
Sources: Cenapred, UNAM, Civil Protección of Estado de México and webcamsdeMexico
VAAC Darwin reports continuous ash emissions on Manam / Papua New Guinea at a height of 3.650 meters (flight level 120), June 18, 2019, with dispersion advice to an east sector, subject to variations depending on the direction of variable wind. A hot spot was observed at 17-18h Z.
A red aviation code has been issued.
It should be noted that Mirova reports thermal anomalies between 9 and 15 June.
Source: VAAC Darwin
In Hawaii, a realignment of road 132 to the bulldozer has been underway for 8 days
The eruption of Kilauea volcano in 2018 had indeed greatly changed the landscape and traffic in the East Rift Zone. The clearing of this road will give many residents access to their properties blocked by the lava flow. This provides great relief to these residents, many of whom have been unable to access their property since June 2018. The public outcry related to relief funds
to the victims made this work possible.
Source: Strange Hawaii