Etna emits ash clouds

This morning, Mount Etna was emitting ash clouds. The site of eruption was the Northeast Crater. On 2 days old satellite pictures, you can see a weak heat signature at the New Southeast Crater. Today MIROVA registers a weak thermal anomaly. The LGS indicates the warning level “yellow” as an advance alert of a possible impending eruption: Yesterday a phase with tremor was registered. The seismology is otherwise quite discreet. The data provide an inconsistent picture and make a prediction difficult. A new eruptive phase is likely in the medium term. The ash emissions from the Northeast Crater, which were also observed a few days ago, speak in favour of an imminent eruption in the short term. However, Etna is always good for a surprise.