At 1:28 am on Sunday 10th January 2010 a seismic signal was recorded which indicated that another explosion had occurred at Soufriere Hills volcano. The signal lasted approximately 7 minutes and was of a smaller size than the signal associated with the explosion on Friday afternoon. Light ashfall was experienced in Salem and Flemings immediately after the event. Recordings made by the thermal cameras indicate that the event produced pyroclastic flows that moved rapidly to the northeast possibly down Whites Bottom and Tuitts Ghaut. Flows also travelled to the northwest down Tyers Ghaut, but do not appear to have reached the Belham Valley. Pyroclastic flows also moved towards Plymouth down the Gages valley. It is not clear at present whether any flows went into the Tar River Vally of if they actually reached the sea.