According to a mid-afternoon report from Civil Defense, the flow “continues to remain active however has not advanced since 6:30 this morning, the front area has shown signs of widening with breakouts along the flanks or margins. Currently the flow front is approximately 60 yards wide. The flow front is currently 480 feet from Pahoa Village Road. A new breakout located upslope from the flow front on the north side is active and advancing in a northeast direction and will be monitored closely.”
There have been no updates from Hawaii Volcano Observatory since early this morning.