Last nights half-voggy sunset was as much molten rock as I was able to find…
The deformation graph below reflects the crazy cycle of magma pressures we are recording this week: low – super high - super low – to flat-lined low.
The degassing plumes at Pu`u O`o and Halema’uma’u continue elevated though. And overlook cams within the Hawaii Volcanoes Park recorded some red glow was still visible at night coming from the pit-vent in the Halema’uma’u Crater; the only visible molten lava colors right now.
Cooler air and some scattered rain showers are sliding across portions of windward Big Island this morning, breaking up our dry voggy week.
High surf warnings are still posted, but are way down from the 30 to 40-foot waves north shores of Oahu forecast yesterday: ...HIGH SURF WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM HST THIS
SURF ALONG NORTH AND WEST FACING SHORES OF KAUAI AND NIIHAU...AND
ALONG NORTH FACING SHORES OF OAHU...MOLOKAI AND MAUI WILL BE 20 TO 25 FEET TODAY.
SURF ALONG WEST FACING SHORES OF OAHU AND MOLOKAI WILL BE 12 TO 20 FEET TODAY.
SURF ALONG WEST FACING SHORES OF THE BIG ISLAND WILL BE 8 TO 12 FEET TODAY.