Bali volcano Mount Agung looks on the point of a bigger and more destructive eruption as it spews out dangerous cold lava and ash.
The Bali volcano can be escorted in the live webcam, on YouTube, as experts prepare for an explosive eruption.
Teeth of a reduction in the amount of ash coming from Mount Agung, warnings sustain.
Posting on Twitter, volcanologist Dr Janine Krippner said: “This does not humble it is over.
Bali volcano Mount Agung jeopardizes fresh eruption
“Fluctuations in activity are a normal part of the life of volcanoes.”
Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Calamity Mitigation Centre also warned that a more violent outbreak remained likely with the crater of Mount Agung one-third bloated with magma.
Scores more rescue flights out of Bali cause been cancelled today as the race to get stranded tourists home was again propelled into turmoil thanks to the volcanic ash cloud.
Both Jetstar and Virgin Australia told the cancellations today as experts brace for a violent eruption from Mount Agung, which earliest grounded flights a week ago.
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Jetstar had already announced that seven of its flights for Saturday had been struck, along with two to Perth for tomorrow morning.
It will not fly out of Bali again ahead of 1pm Sunday and will reassess the situation tomorrow, although the chances of slide by on Sunday afternoon appear dim.
The airline, like Virgin Australia, when one pleases not take passengers up to Bali because of ongoing concerns about an perilous eruption, which is forecast by volcanologists.