KILAUEA (KHNL) -- The Kilauea volcano continues its activity at two locations.
At PuuOo, lava continues to flow into the ocean. At the summit, Halemaumau continues emitting ash and sulfur dioxide.
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says the emmissions have decreased substantially but the level is still high enough to remain on the alert.
Due to the continued volcanic emissions, the following advisories are in effect:
The CODE YELLOW remains in effect for Pahala in the Kau district. Yellow code recommends sensitive individuals to be cautious and avoid outdoor activity.
All other districts of Hawaii are CODE GREEN. Green code indicates no more than a trace of emissions, but highly sensitive people should still be cautious.
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