Restlessness at Redoubt Volcano continues. Seismic activity remains elevated and is well above background levels.
The volcano has not erupted.
A vapor plume is intermittently visible in the AVO web camera. It appears to rise no higher than the volcano’s summit.
A news story this evening incorrectly reported that Anchorage could receive several inches of volcanic ash should the volcano erupt. This should have been reported as several millimeters (or about 1/10 of an inch).
AVO continues to monitor potential activity with seismic, satellite and radar data.
A short, high-intensity burst of volcanic tremor occurred at 8:47 AKST this morning, and since then a series of small repeating earthquakes is ongoing. There is no eruption associated with this earthquake activity. The volcano is just now appearing in the Redoubt HutCam, and no steam plume is visible.
AVO continues to observe potential activity with seismic, satellite and radar data. The volcano has not erupted.