The Mayor of Mexico City, José Ramón Amieva, reported that ash from three explosions at Popocatémetl Volcano, locally known as Popo, had reached the east and south areas of the capital.
Ash was reported in the delegations of Iztapalapa, Milpa Alta, and Xochimilco. Wind also steered ash to Tláhuac, Istacalco, Coyoacán, Tlalpan, Magdalena Contreras, and Benito Juárez.
The General Coordinator of Civil Protection in the State of Puebla reported the constant fumaroles with water vapor, gases, and ash from Popo and reaching the municipalities of Ecatzingo, Atautla, Amecameca, and Tlalmanalco in the State of Mexico . . .