Intensification of activity at Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano – 33 emission events in 24 hours

March 26, 2012MEXICO - The National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred) reported that in the last 24 hours the Popocatepetl volcano registered 33 exhalations of low intensity, accompanied by emissions of water vapor and gas. The body of the Ministry of the Interior (Interior Ministry) explained that on Saturday one of these incidents occurred at 22:29, 23:21 and 23:56 hours on Sunday while they were at 5:14, 5:41 and 8:32 hours. In a statement, adding that Cenapred at 08:42 hours, an earthquake of low magnitude was followed by 96 minutes of spasmodic tremor segments, while the other parameters concerning the volcano remain unchanged. On Saturday night, there were numerous reports of incandescence material seen glowing in the mouth of the crater, though clouds made visibility poor for portions of the evening. The volcanic alert remains at phase two and yellow. Moderate exhalations are likely, some with ash emissions, sporadic bursts of low to moderate probability of emission of incandescent fragments short and a mild glow of the volcano in the crater may also be likely. The Cenapred recommended maintaining the safety radius of 12 kilometers.  -Cronica  (translated)
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5 Responses to Intensification of activity at Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano – 33 emission events in 24 hours

  1. K says:

    I never realized how many volcanoes were in Mexico!

  2. Rick says:

    I climbed this in 1985

  3. streams13 says:

    There is a lot of activity along the ring of fire right now.
    I just read a “prophetic word” involving a large earthquake in the Gulf of Mexico, large enough to generate a tsunami. I have never seen on this site or even elsewhere about an earthquake in the Gulf of Mexico. From a scientific perspective, is this possible?

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