INSIVUMEH volcanologists describe the explosive activity on the Fuego as moderate to strong. Between 12 and 16 Vulcanian eruptions are generated per hour. They cause volcanic ash to rise to a height of 4900 m above sea level. The ash clouds drift westward and cover distances of up to 15 km. Glowing tephra is ejected several hundred meters above crater height. Glowing debris avalanches are created which flow off through the various drainage channels. On a 2 day old satellite photo you can still see a lava flow flowing south. In the current Bulletin there is no more talk about it.