BOGOSLOF VOLCANO, Alaska (KTUU) - Bogoslof Volcano remains in a "heightened state of unrest and unpredictable condition," the Alaska Volcano Observatory said in an update shortly after 1:15 AKST Sunday.
While the current Aviation Color Code is at orange and Volcano Alert Level is at 'watch,' planes were warned of the possible issues late last week after the volcano erupted for a second day in a row.
And despite weather creating tougher conditions for detection Saturday, more eruptions are expected and contributing to the current alert level.
"Low-level explosive activity that is below our ability to detect in our data sources may be occurring," the AVO update reads. "These low-level explosions could pose a hazard in the immediate vicinity of the volcano."
With a strong storm system moving through the region, generating high winds, the AVO's ability to observe subtle seismic events is decreased. However, it remains "likely that [they] will be able ...