“The Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii erupted again early Thursday morning, causing a large ash plume in the sky above the summit, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.
“The agency said that the ash plume would end up covering the surrounding area and that the wind would also likely carry the plume southeast of the volcano’s summit.
“Those areas include the areas of Kau, Puna and Hilo. Computer models of where the ash might fall are available at the United States Geological Survey website.
“On Tuesday, the National Weather Service issued an ashfall advisory for Hawaii. “With ash eruptions occurring from Kilauea’s summit this week, there is a threat of an even larger steam-driven violent explosion.”
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