Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37972366
today official report about yesterday activity
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Yesterday was observed a spasmodic tremor event was accompanied by the continuous emission of steam, gas and varying amounts of ash. This event lasted 9 hours, started at 08:58 and ended at 17:06 < (see image), and produced ash fall in San Nicolas de los Ranchos, Huejotzingo and in the northern portion of Puebla.
Later, between 18:10 and 20:20 there were several episodes of exhalations trains(see image) that were acompannied by amounts of ash dispersed northeast, mainly.
After these events visible activity of the volcano returned to its previous levels. Various exhalations were recorded with a slight explosive component. Some of these exhalations produced the emission of ash and incandescent fragments that were deposited mainly in the northeastern slope, reaching distances up to 700 m. The most important occurred at 20:23 (see image), 20:50 (see image), 23:00 (see image), 23:37 (see image), from yesterday and today at 05:20 h (see image), (see image), , (see image), (see image), (see image), (see image) .
Overnight continuous incandecence was observed on the crater increased when major exhalations (see image) .
At the time of this report there is a emission of water vapor and gas heading northeast (see image).
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