HONOLULU (KITV) - Over 128 earthquakes have been recorded on Hawaii Island Tuesday through Wednesday, including the big 4.2 magnitude quake that hit around 8:30 a.m.  There are no tsunami threats in place.

Photo from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory showed lots of ash rising from the summit. The National Weather Service has issued a statement warning of ash fall and hazardous air quality on much of the Big Island, in effect until later Wednesday evening.

Weather Network US warned followers on Twitter of the condition RED air quality, posting this:

More on the lava threat here.