Numerous, small long period events along with rock fall signals dominated the seismicity during this period. The long period events were all too small to locate and occurred about every 10 minutes at their most frequent. Seismic signals associated with rockfalls and small eruptions have been recorded on the nearest seismograph stations to the volcano throughout the review period. The largest signals of this type occurred at 23:55 on 23 February and at 03:31 on 24 February; light ash falls were reported in the Plymouth and surrounding areas after both of these events. Many other rock fall events were correlated visually by scientists working at the north end of the crater rim during the morning of 24 February.
EDM measurements were not made today due to the low cloud over the areas of the volcano on which the targets are situated.
Visual observations were made today from the Farrell's area. The main area of dome growth continues to be in the northwestern part of the crater, with semi-continuous rock falls from the steep slopes around the flank of the growing lava dome. These rock falls continue to pile debris into the moat of English's Crater.