The June 27th lava flow on the Big Island is slowly progressing in Puna.
Hawai'i County Civil Defense officials say the flow has advanced another 100 yards. They say it does not pose an immediate threat to homes in the area.
The closest neighborhood is the Kaohe Homestead subdivision, which is 1.2 miles away from the flow.
"There is indication there is some subsurface activity and there's a crack in the road that runs parallel to the road that comes up to the well pad, near the Truman Pacific well pad, and the steam in that crack has advanced about 100 yards since [Monday]," said Hawai'i County Civil Defense Director Darryl Oliveira.
There is a community meeting on the lava flow Thursday that starts at 6:30 p.m. at Pahoa High School.
With the light winds, there was an inversion layer that trapped some of the smoke from the flow near the surface. However, with the trades picking up slowly, that should lessen the effect.