Via: USGS At 5:09 pm on Saturday, much of the Big Island was rocked by a magnitude 5.2 earth quake originating near Hualālai at a depth of 9.9 mi. No tsunami threat was indicated. Did you feel it? Report it here.
Via BIVideoNews via: BINow Mayor Harry Kim has signed a fifth emergency proclamation in regards to the Kīlauea eruption and lava flows. In this latest proclamation, it states “entry to and remaining on the lava flow field remains prohibited unless authorized by Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Agency. No physical modifications to the lava flow fields are allowed, including […]
USGS: Recent readings suggest magma may still be moving into the ERZ from the summit magma reservoir system.