Popocatépetl volcano (Mexico): elevated activity, 5 explosions during 29-30 June 2019
CENAPRED reported that the strongest explosions, vulcanian-style, ejected incandescent fragments to up to 1000 m height and more than 1000 m distance, often covering the upper slopes of the volcano with glowing material. Ash plumes rose up to 8000 m above sea level.
The monitoring network also recorded a small volcano-tectonic earthquake with a magnitude of 2.0 as well as 89 minutes of volcanic tremor.
There are no reports of dome growth at the moment, suggesting that magma rising to the summit is ejected rather quickly by those explosions instead of piling up in a dome.