Activity at the Soufrière Hills Volcano is at a low level.
The seismic network recorded two rockfalls and twelve volcano-tectonic events this week.
The average sulphur dioxide measurement over six days this week was 300 tons per day with a maximum of 373 and a minimum of 216 tons per day. As with last week these values are likely to be underestimates as the gas monitoring network is still not fully functional following the lightning strike on 17 September.
There were no clear views of the dome this week.
Despite the low level of activity, sporadic pyroclastic flows can occur without any warning. The Hazard Level is 3. There is no access to the terrestrial Zone C and only daytime transit access to shipping through the maritime extension of the zone.