KAILUA-KONA — Forecasters are calling for normal to above-normal tropical cyclone activity within the Central Pacific this hurricane season.
With regular explosive bursts at Kilauea’s summit, ash continues to drift over Pahala, covering everything in a fine layer of charcoal-colored dust.
With one highway severed and another one threatened, officials continue to be frank about the possibility of lava flows isolating residents in lower Puna.
Helicopter overflight near the lower East Rift Zone ocean entry and fissure complex on May 23, 2018, at around 8 a.m. HST. USGS video.