San Miguel volcano (El Salvador): near-constant eruptions continue
Sun, 27 Nov 2022, 17:5117:51 PM | BY: MARTIN
The explosive eruption at the volcano continues at roughly regular intervals.
The explosion from San Miguel volcano this morning (image: Ministerio de Medio Ambiente)
Surveillance cameras of San Salvador's Ministerio de Medio Ambiente are being observed ash eruptions from the summit crater. The heights of grey ash plumes are unknown as they weren't reported by the VAAC nor the volcano observatory, but from available footage seem to rise several hundred meters above the vent.
A video of a high ash plume has been published in social media by local observers from La Cruz community (see attached video below).
#ElObservatorioInforma que continúan registrándose explosiones a través del cráter central del volcán de San Miguel, la última explosión se observó a las 08:04 a.m., con expulsión de gases y cenizas. pic.twitter.com/InjrRo0Eix— Ministerio de Medio Ambiente (@MedioAmbienteSV) November 27, 2022
Wed, 23 Nov 2022, 15:00
San Miguel volcano (Eastern El Salvador) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 16 November-22 November 2022 (New Activity / Unrest)
MARN reported that an eruption at San Miguel's central crater began on 15 November, and by 1100 on 20 November a total of 62 phreatic explosions had been recorded, averaging 10 per day. An additional 24 explosions were recorded from 1100 on 20 November to 1100 on 21 November and 12 more were recorded between 1100 and 1100 during 21-22 November. Explosions generated gas, ash, and steam plumes that generally rose around 500 m above the crater rim, though at 1336 on 18 November and 1206 on 19 November eruption plumes rose as high as 1.1 km. ... Read all
Sun, 20 Nov 2022, 15:30