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A thermal camera photograph of the front of the June 27th lava flow. The image shows the extent of active breakouts more clearly. These breakouts have been advancing slowly over the past few days, and were present a short distance upslope of the stalled flow front. Photo taken Monday (Sept 29). Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

LavaTalk: October 1, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s flyover assessment by Hawaii County Civil Defense has been delayed due to a rescue operation being conducted. The Railroad Avenue route has been completed but is not open, Beach Road is being limited to residents along it only due to construction.

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LavaTalk: September 30, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows lava flow activity around the leading edge of the surface lava flow but it has not advanced much since yesterday. Breakouts upslope and North of flow have advanced 20 yards since yesterday.

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Kilauea's June 27th Lava Flow photo taken Monday morning, September 29, 2014. Photo courtesy of Hawaii County Civil Defense

LavaTalk: September 29, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The leading surface lava flow has not advanced since yesterday but the breakout flow upslope along the North flank advanced about 100 yards since yesterday.

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Annotated photo showing the terminus of the June 27th lava flow. Small, sluggish breakouts remain active upslope from the stalled front of the flow, near Kaohe Homesteads. More vigorous breakouts are active even farther upslope, midway along the length of the flow and on a pad of lava within the crack system. Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

LavaTalk: September 28, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The leading surface lava flow has resumed some activity and has advanced 25 yards since yesterday. The upslope breakout flow has remained active and advanced about 30 yards since yesterday.

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LavaTalk: September 27, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The leading surface lava flow has remained inactive and not advanced since yesterday. The upslope breakout flow has been more active and advanced 75 yards since yesterday.

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The leading edge of the Kilauea June 27th lava flow on the left with outbreaks upslope on its North side, where the smoke is, along with the dark burn scar from the brushfire covering much of the bottom right of the photo. Photo taken Friday morning, September 26, 2014. Photograph courtesy of Hawaii County.

LavaTalk: September 26, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The leading surface lava flow has remained inactive and not advanced since yesterday. The upslope breakout flows have slowed and advanced 35 yards since yesterday.

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This map uses satellite imagery acquired in March 2014 (provided by Digital Globe) as a base image to show the area around the front of the June 27th lava flow. The flow front closest to the transfer station was inactive, but small, sluggish breakouts were scattered across the surface of the flow upslope from the stalled front. The most active breakout was advancing northeast from the north margin of the flow. Because the flow has not been advancing at its leading edge, we do not project its advance at this time.

LavaTalk: September 25, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The leading surface lava flow has remained inactive and not advanced since yesterday. The upslope breakout flow is heading in a Northeast direction and advanced 70 yards since yesterday. The Lava flow update meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight at Pahoa High School will be broadcast live by Hawaii 24/7.

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The leading edge of the June 27th flow stalled over the weekend, but active breakouts persist near the flow front, a short distance behind this stalled front. Today, lava was slowly advancing on a different front, along the north margin of the flow. The burn scar from a brush fire triggered by the lava this weekend covers much of the lower portion of the photograph. Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

LavaTalk: September 24, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the leading surface lava flow is slow and has not advanced since yesterday. A breakout on the North side of the flow has advanced 100 yards since yesterday but remains uphill of the leading edge of the flow.

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Looking upslope from the lava flow front where the flow had exited a ground crack and widened in the forest. Photo taken September 20, 2014. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7, Air Transportation by Paradise Helicopters

LavaTalk: September 23, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow has remained slow and has not advanced since yesterday. The flow front is about 100 yards wide.

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The glow from the Kilauea June 27th Lava Flow could be seen from Cemetary Road in Pahoa Sunday night (Sept 22). Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

LavaTalk: September 22, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow has slowed considerably and has not advanced since yesterday. The flow front is about 100 yards wide.

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The front of the Kilauea June 27 lava flow Saturday afternoon (Sept 20). Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7, Air trasportation by Paradise Helicopters

LavaTalk: September 21, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow has slowed considerably and advanced about 75 yards since yesterday. There is a brushfire sparked from the lava flow.

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A skylight into the lava tube near Pu‘u ‘O‘o Crater feeding the June 27 lava flow near Pahoa. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7, Air trasportation by Paradise Helicopters

LavaTalk: September 20, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow continues in a Northeast direction. The flow has advanced about 100 yards since yesterday. The leading edge of the flow is about 150 yards wide.

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