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Seismic activity at Redoubt has been low over the past 24 hours but remains above background levels.
Clear satellite views showed nothing unusual. A steam plume rising just above the summit of the volcano has been visible by web camera since sun rise this morning.
An AVO observation and gas measurement flight is in progress this afternoon.
It is still possible for unrest at the volcano to change rapidly, and seismic activity or other signs of unrest could escalate over time periods as short as 24 hours or less. AVO continues to monitor Redoubt closely, but the AVO operations center in Anchorage is no longer formally staffed 24 hours per day.
Seismic activity at Redoubt has increased since about 13:00 AKDT and is continuing. An AVO observation flight reported that a steam and ash plume rose as high as 15,000 ft above sea level and produced minor ash fall on the upper south flank of Redoubt. Last reports are that the plume is now mainly steam.
Based on thsi change in activity AVO is increasing the level of concern and alert level to ORANGE/WATCH.
It does not appear at this time that a significant eruption is likely in the short term, but conditions may evolve rapidly.
AVO is monitoring the situation closely and the AVO operations center in Anchorage is now resuming 24 hour per day staffing.
Originally posted by SpadeofAces
Wow, such a beautiful shot to come home to after work...
Originally posted by violet
I thought it had quietened down, but now I see it's back to orange
Wish we could see the webcam image for what it's doing now.
What time is daybreak in alaska?
Originally posted by Trexter Ziam
Now, this exact same so-called "camera anomoly" is back! I don't get it. How is this a camera anomoly? Looks like fire to me. I have the 26th picture saved and compared it with todays; and they are almost perfectly identical.