Eruptive activity persists on Kilauea’s east rift zone, as flow 61g continues its steady progression toward the sea. Heavy overcast skies prevented us from flying over Pu‘u ‘O‘o, but skies were clearer downslope where most of the activity has been occurring. The leading edge of the flow is roughly 3/4 of a mile from the coast within the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and while it has covered quite a distance in the past couple of days, the flow field seems to have widened out a bit. Little nosebleeds were numerous throughout the flow field, with only one significant breakout on the coastal plain during our overflight. A vigorous breakout flowed down Pulama Pali, and a few lobes of activity and skylights were present within a 1 1/2 miles in the flow field above the pali.