At Popocatépetl, 138 exhalations were identified during the last 24 hours, accompanied by water vapor, gas and light amounts of ash. In addition, two explosions were detected, the first on 01.11 at 22:03 and the second on November 2 at 8:41, with a plume of more than 2,000 meters. Similarly, 425 minutes of tremor were identified.
With low visibility on the volcano, in the early hours of the morning, it was observed with the emission of water vapor and volcanic gases dispersed in a northwesterly direction.
From 11:06, an episode of tremor accompanied by continuous emission of ashes. It has sometimes been possible to observe an incandescence in the crater. Small thermal anomalies, of the order of 5 MW, are reported by Mirova.
Ash falls have been reported from Amecameca, Juchitepec, Ozumba, Tepetlixpa and Atlautla, State of Mexico, and Ayapango and Cuautla, Morelos.
The VAAC Washington has issued a rating of ash dispersion at a flight altitude of 200 (over 6,000 m.)
The alert remains at Amarilla Fase 2, with a 12 km safety zone.
Sources: WebcamsdeMexico, VAAC Washington, Mirova & Cenapred / Civil Protection
Popocatépetl - 02.11.2019 - note the signal of the explosion of 8:41, and the tremor around 11am and in the late afternoon - Doc. CENAPRED
Popocatépetl - 02.11.2019 - summary of the last 24 hours activity and reminder of the alert Amarilla Fase 2 - Doc. Cenapred - one click to enlarge
In Chile, the Copahue has experienced in the last 24 hours continuous emissions of gas and ash at a height of up to 1,300 meters.
The seismicity remains low and the level of technical alert is maintained in Amarilla.
The situation remains unchanged at Nevados de Chillan, with sporadic and recurrent emissions of ashes and gases, and night glow, with projections of materials around the crater during explosions.
Two thermal anomalies, of 2 and 5 MW, are recorded by Mirova.
The technical alert remains in Naranja.
In Kamchatka, the explosive-extrusive eruption continues in Sheveluch on November 3, with an ash plume reaching 9,500-10,000 meters asl, drifting 250 km to the WNW.
The aviation code is orange.
Sources: KVERT & VAAC Tokyo