Etna continues to give spectacle, since last night around 21 has resumed the ‘eruptive activity of the volcano. From the southeast crater of the volcano has risen an eruptive cloud about 7 km high. The ash cloud is dispersing in a south-south-west direction. At the same time, since after 2 a.m., a lava overflow has been observed from the eastern rim of the southeast crater that expands into the upper part of the Bove Valley. The time course of the volcanic tremor amplitude shows a continuous increase in values that have reached very high levels. The centre of the volcanic tremor sources is located at the southeast crater at an altitude of 2,500 to 2,800 metres above sea level. Intrasonic activity has reached very high levels.