The Morning Lava Report, Monday, 11/3/14

As of this morning, the leading edge of the flow was still stalled about 480 feet above Old Government Road in Pahoa, where it has been since Thursday. Hawaian Volcano Observatory personnel have observed breakouts of lavabehind the stalled flow front and along the side margins of the flow, and interior areas of the flows continue to inflate. A lava flow lobe north of Kaohe Homesteads contiuned to be active, but doesn’t pose any immediate risk to dwellings.

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