Nine weak ash eruptions reported at Guatemala’s Fuego volcano

February 14, 2012 – GUATEMALAWeak ash explosions continue at Fuego volcano. INSIVUMEH reported for 13 February that 9 eruptions were counted; producing plumes up to 500 m high and occasional rumbling noises. A steam plume is rising constantly about 100 m from the crater. The ash drifted 8 miles WSW. The new lava flow on the southwest flank in the direction of the Taniluya ravine is still active and about 200 m long. Blocks that detach from its front form small block avalanches that reach the vegetation. –Volcano Discovery
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