The leading edge of the flow is slowly making it’s way towards the ocean. The flow has spread out along the coastal plains and is wide. DI deflation is what the Tilt meter, which can be found on the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory website, is now showing, but the flows on the Pali and the coastal plains are still very active and our group was able to safely get up to some surface flow. The weather tonight was cooperative and there was no rain during the tour. Until next time, Aloha!