In the last 24 hours, the Popocatépetl volcano emitted 143 exhalations, one explosion, and 1,012 minutes (16 hours, 52 minutes) of tremor. This was reported by the National Center for Disaster Prevention ( Cenapred ) in its report published on Wednesday, April 15.
The exhalations were of volcanic gases accompanied by ash in which it averages 1,400 tons of sulfur dioxide per day.
The explosion, which occurred at 06:42 hours (Central Mexico time), was moderate in nature and featured a short distance ejection of fragments from the crater. The explosions have gone down . . .