Activity at the Soufriere Hills volcano continued to be at a very low level overnight. Several small rockfalls and hybrid events were the only seismic signals recorded on most of the network, although low amplitude broadband tremor was present on the Gages seismometer for much of the reporting period.
Low cloud cover over the summit of the volcano has prevented any clear views during the early morning.
The continued relative quiescence at the volcano is unlikely to last very long, and residents of areas severely affected by ash are reminded that now would be a good opportunity to clear roofs of ash build-up. Scientists remind all visitors to the unsafe zone that they should carry a transistor radio and have a rapid means of evacuation should the situation at the volcano change suddenly.