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The active summit crater was a frequent source of thermal alerts from the MODVOLC system which is based on infrared radiation detected in space by the MODIS instruments.
INSIVUMEH and Washington VAAC reported frequent ash explosions from Fuego's summit crater during April 2013-June 2014 (figure 28).
Ash plumes typically rose 100-800 m above the summit.
Significant ash plumes drifted 10-20 km from the summit in the direction of prevailing winds.
On 8 September INSIVUMEH reported that the 12th eruptive episode at Fuego in 2016 had ended.
Weak explosions produced ash plumes that rose as high as 750 m above the crater and drifted more than 8 km W and SW.