By comparing the two USGS aerial photographs below, even though they were taken from different perspectives, we can see the progress of the active surface flows of lava in the past week. I have added some text to both images that point out key points of interest. By clicking on the photos you can open a larger image size.
The top image is the most recent - November 6th, 2009
Below - October 29th, 2009
Weather wise, the mass of unstable moisture that was hanging heavily just west of the Hawaiian Islands had weakened and does not pose much of a threat now.