Possibly the last ash explosion. Photo: Steinunn Jakobsdóttir.
The latest information from the Icelandic Meteorological Service continues to show that the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull remains paused. Steam is still being emitted from the crater but no significant ash has been ejected since Sunday 23rd May. Issued at 1912 on Tue 25 May 2010.
Scientists are reluctant to declare the volcano as dormant. It is common for erupting volcanoes to "pause" several times before completely stopping.
The eruption activity is minimal and therefore no significant ashfall is expected. The volcano is still being monitored and an ashfall forecast will be issued if necessary. There is still a considerable amount of steam coming from the crater, but no ash can be seen in it.
There are currently no advisories or flight interruptions.
Icelandic Meteorological Service
Icelandic Volcano Blog (London Met Office)
UK Civil Aviation Authority
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Although no ash is being emitted at the moment, while any volcanic activity continues, the Met Office will continue to monitor the situation and we will continue to bring you breaking developments.