Activity at the Soufrière Hills Volcano is low.
There were two rockfalls recorded by the seismic network this week.
The average rate of sulphur dioxide emission for three days this week was 301 tonnes per day, with a minimum of 199 and maximum of 365 tonnes per day.
Views of the craters formed on 23 March 2012 showed strong degassing from the one at the back of the collapse scar while the crater outside the scar showed very little fumarolic activity.
Pyroclastic flows can occur at any time without warning on any side of the volcano, including Gages from where they can travel rapidly into Plymouth. Tracks across the Belham valley are frequently destroyed or heavily modified by flash flooding or lahars, and caution should be exercised crossing the valley during and after rainfall.
The Hazard Level is 2. There is daytime access (8:00 am to 4:00 pm) to Zone C. Maritime zone W remains daytime transit only (boats may sail through the zone but must not stop).