Kilauea lava lake reaches highest level in more than a year

Lava rose to within 16 to 20 feet of the crater floor at Halemaumau this morning, the highest levels in more than a year.

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory posted photos and a video taken Wednesday night that showed the lava lake at Kilauea reaching a level of 26 feet below the crater floor. The lake is easily visible from the Jaggar Museum overlook. Meanwhile, lava continues entering the ocean from Puu Oo vent in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

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