Eruptive activity persists on Kilauea’s east rift zone, as Pu‘u ‘O‘o feeds flows on the upper flow field, the coastal plain, and at the Kamokuna ocean entry. The vent’s lava pond also remains active, with bubbling, spattering, and foundering occurring. Little spots of overplating were visible just east of Pu‘u ‘O‘o, while the western lobe just above Pulama Pali has gained some volume, and is advancing toward the steep hillside. Meanwhile, a large breakout spilled pahoehoe onto the coastal plain upstream of the leading edge, roughly midway between the base of the pali and the emergency access road. And lastly, lava continues to pour into the sea at Kamokuna, and stress fractures in the new delta of land have again increased in width since our last overflight, indicating the likelihood of a substantial bench collapse in the near future.