BIG ISLAND (HawaiiNewsNow) - A 5.5-magnitude earthquake struck near the summit of Kilauea early Tuesday, but it was not strong enough to generate a tsunami, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.
The quake, which measured at an initial magnitude of 5.6, struck around 4:30 a.m. and was the largest of dozens to occur from late Monday through early Tuesday.
The National Weather Service said an explosive eruption occurred around the time of the quake, sending a plume of about 5,000 feet into the air.
Seismic activity has remained very active since the start of eruptions in early May. The largest earthquake -- a 6.9-magnitude quake -- rocked the Big Island on May 4 and was felt as far away as Oahu.
This story will be updated.