Fuego volcano news & eruption updates:
Fuego volcano (Guatemala) activity update
Wed, 18 Jun 2014, 15:0015:00 PM | BY: T
Activity is at moderate levels with frequent strombolian-type explosions that eject incandescent material to 100-150 m above the crater and produce ash plumes that rise up to 700 m. Jet-like degassing noises lasting 1-3 minutes accompany the explosions.
This morning's seismic signal from Fuego volcano (FG3 station, INSIVUMEH)
Fine ash fall was reported in the villages Panimaché, Morelia, Santa Sophia, Los Yucales, El Porvenir, Panimaché II, Sangre de Cristo and others.
Sun, 1 Jun 2014, 10:23
Activity at the volcano continued with little variation as intermittent strombolian explosions of small to moderate size. Incandescent material was ejected to about 100 m height and fell back to form glowing avalanches on the upper crater. Ash plumes rose to 400-700 m height and drifted for approx. 8 km before dissipating. ... read all
Fri, 30 May 2014, 10:13
Activity has decreased a bit. Strombolian explosions produced incandescent ejections to up to about 100 m and ash plumes rose to approx. 500 m. ... read all
Thu, 29 May 2014, 09:14
The lava flow has disappeared and explosive activity in turn increased. The observatory reported ash plumes up to 600 m high and drifting SW to 8 km distance. Shock waves accompanied the stronger explosions. Rainfalls triggered a lahar in the Las Lajas river canyon. ... read all
Tue, 27 May 2014, 15:36
Explosive activity has been weaker recently, with pulses of strombolian explosions ejecting incandescent material to up to 100 m above the crater. Effusive activity continued to feed the lava flow towards Barranca Taniluyá. This morning, it was still about 100 m long. ... read all
Thu, 22 May 2014, 07:40
Activity has remained elevated but with a decreasing trend. INSIVUMEH reports weak to moderate strombolian explosions that eject incandescent material to up to 100 m above the crater and produces ash plumes of aup to 500 m height. The lava flow towards the Barranca Taniluyá was reduced to a length of 150 meters. read all