Last Known Eruption
12h 38m ago

Latest Eruptions

Eruption DurationInterval
16 Nov 2019 @ 1410 wc14m
16 Nov 2019 @ 1356 ie wc1d 1h 30m
15 Nov 2019 @ 12265m 9m
15 Nov 2019 @ 12174m 8m
15 Nov 2019 @ 12094m 1d 11m
14 Nov 2019 @ 115810m
14 Nov 2019 @ 114812m
14 Nov 2019 @ 113635m
14 Nov 2019 @ 1101 ie wc1d 21h 59m
12 Nov 2019 @ 130223h 37m
11 Nov 2019 @ 1325 ie wc1d 2h 33m
10 Nov 2019 @ 1052 ie wc10d 20h 19m
30 Oct 2019 @ 1533 ie wc2d 7h 10m
28 Oct 2019 @ 0823 ie wc7d 17h 7m
20 Oct 2019 @ 15167m
20 Oct 2019 @ 1509 ie34m
20 Oct 2019 @ 1435 A wc1d 5h 42m
19 Oct 2019 @ 0853 ie wc23h 55m
18 Oct 2019 @ 0858 wc1d 18h 38m
16 Oct 2019 @ 1420 ns22h 1m
15 Oct 2019 @ 1619 ns wc12m
15 Oct 2019 @ 1607 ie wc2d 3h 25m
13 Oct 2019 @ 1242 ie wc1d 20h 9m
11 Oct 2019 @ 1633 ie wc4d 23h 26m
06 Oct 2019 @ 170743m
06 Oct 2019 @ 16244m 7d 1h 40m
29 Sep 2019 @ 1444 ie29d 9h 46m
31 Aug 2019 @ 045821h 56m
30 Aug 2019 @ 070220h 35m
29 Aug 2019 @ 102722h 3m
28 Aug 2019 @ 12245d 16h 5m
22 Aug 2019 @ 2019~4m 1d 9h 53m
21 Aug 2019 @ 10263m 12m
21 Aug 2019 @ 10145m 4d 1h 21m
17 Aug 2019 @ 0853 ie wc2h 2m
17 Aug 2019 @ 0651 ie wc19h 18m
16 Aug 2019 @ 113311m
16 Aug 2019 @ 11226m 58m
16 Aug 2019 @ 1024 ie wc23m
16 Aug 2019 @ 1001 ie wc22h 20m
15 Aug 2019 @ 114145m
15 Aug 2019 @ 1056 ie wc59m
15 Aug 2019 @ 0957 ie wc13m
15 Aug 2019 @ 0944 ie wc1h 39m
15 Aug 2019 @ 0805 ie wc50m
15 Aug 2019 @ 0715 ie wc18h 54m
14 Aug 2019 @ 1221 ie52m
14 Aug 2019 @ 1129 ie wc44m
14 Aug 2019 @ 1045 ie wc39m
14 Aug 2019 @ 1006 ie wc58m
14 Aug 2019 @ 0908 ie wc19h 1m
13 Aug 2019 @ 140713m
13 Aug 2019 @ 135414m
13 Aug 2019 @ 134017m
13 Aug 2019 @ 1323 ie23h 39m
12 Aug 2019 @ 13446m 29s 10m
12 Aug 2019 @ 13344m 57s 23m
12 Aug 2019 @ 1311 ie wc3h 46m
12 Aug 2019 @ 0925 ie wc24m
12 Aug 2019 @ 0901 ie wc20h 8m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1253~4m 13m
11 Aug 2019 @ 12405m 6m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1234~3.5m 10m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1224~5m 15m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1209~3.5m 17m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1152 ie58m
11 Aug 2019 @ 1054 ie wc2h 31m
11 Aug 2019 @ 0823 ie wc1h 37m
11 Aug 2019 @ 0646 ie wc17h 27m
10 Aug 2019 @ 1319 ie wc8m
10 Aug 2019 @ 1311 ie wc10m
10 Aug 2019 @ 1301 ie wc22h 45m
09 Aug 2019 @ 14169m
09 Aug 2019 @ 14075m 14s 12m
09 Aug 2019 @ 13555m 15s 21m
09 Aug 2019 @ 13345m 15s 21m
09 Aug 2019 @ 13134m 10s 19m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1254 ie46m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1208 ie wc32m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1136 ie wc26m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1110 ie wc24m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1046 ie wc36m
09 Aug 2019 @ 1010 ie wc21h 19m
08 Aug 2019 @ 125113m
08 Aug 2019 @ 12388m 28s 14m
08 Aug 2019 @ 12245m 2s 16m
08 Aug 2019 @ 12084m 12s 20m
08 Aug 2019 @ 11484m 48s 52m
08 Aug 2019 @ 1056 ie wc58m
08 Aug 2019 @ 0958 ns wc20m
08 Aug 2019 @ 0938 ie wc2h 7m
08 Aug 2019 @ 0731 ie wc18h 36m
07 Aug 2019 @ 12559m
07 Aug 2019 @ 124611m
07 Aug 2019 @ 12356m 14s 13m
07 Aug 2019 @ 12225m 7s 18m
07 Aug 2019 @ 120419m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1145 ie wc1h 42m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1003 ie wc56m
07 Aug 2019 @ 0907 ie wc1h 32m

Interval Statistics

Interval Count100
Min6m
Max29d 9h 46m
Mean1d 18m
Median48m

Latest Notes

Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
14013 11 Nov 2019 @ 0935 --- Kitt B We have seen occasionally heavy steam from South Bubbler, but have not seen an eruption yet.
13835 30 Sep 2019 @ 1520 30 Sep 2019 @ 1620 Tara No activity by South Bubbler during this time. Beehive's cone had occasional splashes.
13832 29 Sep 2019 @ 1603 --- Kitt B Beehive appears to be doing what it did in June. Beehive South Bubbler would start and then stop after a few minutes. In June, Beehive generally erupted within a half hour of the first bubbler. This behavior changed at the summer progressed, but was helpful in June and early July, since we frequently had Beehive without an indicator.
13831 29 Sep 2019 @ 1444 29 Sep 2019 @ 1505 Kitt B have had at least 4 S. Bubblers
13455 29 Aug 2019 @ 1027 --- EmilyW For at least two days in a row now, the south bubbler has acted as Beehive’s Indicator’s Indicator (bhii) by about 5-10 minutes
13447 29 Aug 2019 @ 1002 --- EmilyW Water comes up and boils up to 2-3” and then the water levels drops
13336 21 Aug 2019 @ 1030 --- Kitt B S. Bubbler may have returned to what it was doing in June (although I only have 1 data point so far). In June, Beehive would erupt after 2 or 3 S. Bubbler eruptions about 30 minutes from start of first S. Bubbler.
13332 21 Aug 2019 @ 0740 21 Aug 2019 @ 0828 Kitt B I haven't seen any bubblers and no water visable in indy, but S. Bubbler is steaming and Beehive's cone is splashy. I haven't been here for 3 days due to Steamboat wait, so I don't know if our S. Bubbler pattern still works or not.
12786 24 Jul 2019 @ 1402 --- S.Glasser filled up and bubbled a lot, held for about a min then dropped
12785 24 Jul 2019 @ 1331 --- S.Glasser full and bubbling vigorously, no eruption yet
12528 19 Jul 2019 @ 0725 --- Kitt B The South Beehive Bubblers were active when I headed for Grand on my vike.
EntrySourceLinkComment
09 Jun 2019 @ 1853 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncpkh22dhZo Video compilation of South Beehive's Bubbler eruptions on 9 June 2019.
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