The activity of the Ubinas in Peru has increased with ash emissions.
On June 2, at 7:20 am local, an ash plume rose to 700 meters above the crater. On June 3, at about 15 pm, a new issue and ash plume has reached 1,200 meters above the summit.
Wearing mask and glasses, and protection of food and water supplies are recommended for the regions of Moquegua and Arequipa. The alert level remains at orange, since 17 April 2015.
Ubinas: on the left, 04.06.2015 / 1:14 p.m. loc - photo OVI-INGEMMET - right, scattering of ashes near the volcano - Doc. SENAMHI - a click to enlarge
At Sinabung, the expectation of a major collapse becomes stressful ... on June 5, in the late morning, a small pyroclastic flow traveled 1,500 meters on the south side.
More news later in the day.
Source: Beidar Sinabung
At Mount Hakone, near the Japanese capital, vapor emissions are described as weak by the JMA on Thursday; the number of volcanic earthquakes is also decreasing, from more than 400 daily earthquakes mid-May to only 4 on Thursday ... the first report showing a decline in activity since the beginning of last month.
However, the deformation continues, and because of the potential hazards for tourists, the alert level is maintained.
Source: Japan Times.