The earthquake swarm under Ta’u Island volcano that started in July 2022 continues with declining frequency. However, the current trend of decreasing numbers of earthquakes does not mean the earthquake swarm will end.
The earthquake swarm that started under Ta’u volcano, American Samoa, at the end of July 2022 continues with no significant change.
The earthquake swarm related to Taʻū Island, American Samoa that started in late July 2022 continues. The Aviation Color Code remains at Yellow.
The earthquake swarm that started in the Manua’ Islands, American Samoa on July 26, 2022, continues without abating. As a result, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) has raised the Aviation Color Code for Ta’u and Ofu-Olosega volcanos to Yellow.
The earthquake swarm in American Samoa continues without significant changes. Residents reported that earthquakes began about 3 weeks ago, with the first felt earthquake reported on July 26, 2022, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) reports.