Fuego (Guatemala): A more intense phase of activity with the effusion of a 2 km long lava flow on the southeastern slope into the Taniluya canyon occurred during 17-18 April.
Activity has now returned to normal levels of intermittent strombolian explosions.
Guagua Pichincha (Ecuador): Earthquake swarms have been detected under the volcano recently. They could be early indicators of new activity in the medium-term future (weeks to months).
Tungurahua (Ecuador): Over the past week, activity has remained at moderate levels with small to medium-sized ash emissions, but no larger explosions so far. The largest occurred on the afternoon of 15 April, when ash plumes rose to up to 3 km above the volcano.