The volcano has remained quiet today. There were 5 volcano-tectonic earthquakes and 4 rockfalls recorded during the reporting period.
Dust levels were low at all sites today, and a new dust monitoring site was installed at the Vue Pointe Hotel in Old Towne.
Dr. Jean-Christophe Komorowski of the Guadeloupe Volcano Observatory left the island today after a month long tour of duty. Yesterday, M. Christian Antenor, also of the Guadeloupe Observatory, arrived on Montserrat for two weeks to assist with electronic engineering at the MVO.
Residents are reminded that the volcano remains in a potentially active state, and that they should continue listening to Radio Montserrat in case there are sudden changes.