Written by George Grant on May 8, 2017
ACTIVITY APPEARS TO BE OVER
St. George — The underwater activity which had been occurring at the Kick em Jenny volcano Since April 29 now appears to be over. According to the seismic research center at St. Augustine, there have been no recent earthquakes.
However, they caution that the pattern of behaviour at the volcano has been changing and another episode of activity in the short-term should not be ruled out.
As such, a decision has been made to reduce the exclusion zone around the summit of the submarine volcano from 5 km to 1.5 km.
Early on Monday, a release was issued by NADMA stating that the alert level had been downgraded to GREEN; but by early evening the YELLOW alert had been reinstated.