Also, as of December 12:
December 25, 2021, 9:46 a.m., Pacific: Today PEVOLCA formally announced the eruption is over (Spanish).
However, hazards still exist, of course, so they are keeping the alert level elevated.
December 19, 2021, 7:28 a.m., Pacific: The volcano has been quiet, and reportedly (Spanish) PEVOLCA is cautiously counting down to officially dropping the alert level, as they can’t completely rule out more strombolian activity for another six more days.
December 12, 2021, 4:51 a.m., Pacific: Per the latest update, the lava flows continue but at decreased volume. Seismicity is also low.
However, there is no change in deformation either near the volcano or around the rest of the island.
We’ll just have to wait and see what comes next.
Well, the stalkers hacked the last post, so here is a new one (safe restored version of the last one, through November 26).
November 28, 2021, 1:49 p.m., Pacific: New vents have opened up, the cone topography has changed, and a recent SO2 reading was almost 50,000 tonnes! Here’s the latest news from PEVOLCA (Spanish), and here is the amazing view:
Imágenes de las 11:45 hora canaria en los que se aprecia claramente los distintos nuevos puntos de emisión de lava y cenizas / Footage at 11:45 canarian time where the new lava and ash vents are clearly visible. pic.twitter.com/PbEtS2rTFd
— INVOLCAN (@involcan) November 28, 2021
Featured image: INVOLCAN.