Geologists monitoring Alaska's Mount Redoubt say the volcano continues to rumble and emit steam but has shown no dramatic burst of energy in the last 24 hours.
Geologist Tina Neal at the Alaska Volcano Observatory says no flyovers are planned for Sunday unless activity picks up significantly.
Observers flying over Redoubt Saturday noted a quickly growing area of vigorous steaming at the 2,164 meter level on the north side of the mountain.
The area is just below a dome that formed the last time Redoubt erupted in 1990.
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