Scientists at the Hawaii Volcano Observatory conducted on Nov. 1 an inspection in the field of the "27 june's lava flow".
The flow front remains stable, while breakouts, escapes of lava, are present elsewhere on the distal part of the flow.
The lobe, coming down the forest slope near the cemetery of Pāhoa, entering Friday afternoon in a private property. The lava came in contact with a dam, made of earth and blocks of earlier lava flows, before inflating to the point of overcoming. You can view the deviation of the lava flow by his path at right angles near a large building on an aerial photo of the HVO. Its end is just 200 meters from the front stabilized of the flow, at 17:15.
Hawaii /Pāhoa - bottom right of the photo, we can see the flow front and the right angle deflection near a large building, and the road to Pāhoa - photo USGS-HVO
Hawaii / Pāhoa - the cast has swollen to the point of overcoming the edge of the artificial dam made to protect a property - photo USGS-HVO 10/30/2014
Maps of the flow on 29.10, 31.10 and 11.01.2014 (latest developments in bright red) - a click to enlarge - doc-USGS HVO / Digital Globe
A new inflationary episode was set up Saturday at the summit, which can lead to a small increase in the Pu'u O'o eruption ratio, without prejudice to its action on an impact on the distal portion of the "June 27's lava flow".
The volcanic alert level remains at "Warning ".
Hawaii / Pahoa - Sluggish pahoehoe lava lobe on the southern edge of the " June 27's lava flow" - photo-USGS HVO on 11/01/2014
Hawaii / Pahoa - a finger of lava oozing from the north edge of the " 27 June's laca flow" in a forest zone - photo-USGS HVO on 11/01/2014
Source : HVO 2 novembre / 3h48 UTC report.