Strong Strombolian-to-Vulcanian Explosive Activity Continues at Fuego Volcano in Guatemala
Vulcanic explosion generated incandescent material that slid down along the slopes of the volcano (image: @newsandnature01/twitter)
The activity of the volcano continues at moderately high levels during the past week.
INSIVUMEH reported that a moderate-to-strong strombolian-to-vulcanian-type explosions erupted at regular intervals of 6 to 8 per hour. Plume of ash rose to an altitude of 4,700 ft (15,420 m) and extending about 10 km to the N-NE of the volcano.
A strong vulcanic explosion occurred on 28 November at 02:11 local time showering the summit cone with glowing lava bombs ejected to an approximate height of 300 m above the crater.
Courtesy of volcanodiscovery.com