Mudflow signals were recorded at the Gages seismic station until 18:40 last night, and started again at 06:30 this morning. These signals are due to runoff in Fort Ghaut. Four earthquakes were located overnight; three of them were to the north-east of the volcano near Long Ground, between depths of 2-4.5 km, and the other was east of Garibaldi Hill at a depth of 6 km. Five large long-period earthquakes were also recorded.
Processing of the recent GPS data was completed last night. No changes have occurred in line lengths over the last four days.
The volcano is still shrouded in thick cloud, and it is unlikely that visual observations of the crater area will be possible this morning.