USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory photo
- The June 27th lava flow has several new breakouts that remain active and are advancing toward Pahoa, as well as other directions. The gentle slope the lava is currently on makes it hard to predict where the breakouts will flow next.
- Moderate to heavy smoke conditions are currently blowing towards the Ainaloa, HPP, and Kea'au areas.
- Hawaii County Civil Defense reports that: "...Kīlauea volcano continues to erupt at its summit and within its East Rift Zone. ...Kīlauea’s summit has had slight inflationary tilt over the past day, and the level of the summit lava lake at Halemaʻumaʻu Crater was relatively steady."