The level of volcanic activity has been low overnight, continuing the pattern observed since Friday. There was one swarm of hybrid and volcano-tectonic earthquakes, between 17:50 pm and 20:30 am, but no volcanic tremor. This swarm was similar to the swarm on Friday night, but shorter. Since the end of the swarm, there has been a few rockfalls, but the volcano is generally quiet this morning.
The crater area is obscured by cloud, so no observations have been possible so far.
The eastern side of dome is unstable, and further pyroclastic flows are expected in the next few days. Residents are reminded to wear ash masks if there is ash in the air. The Tar River and upper Galway's areas are extremely dangerous, and should not be entered under any circumstances. Zone E, which includes Corkhill and the airport, remains safe at this time.