Heavy vog moving north, creating poor visibility on roads

The National Weather Service reported Friday high levels of vog and sulfur dioxide from the Kilauea fissure system are moving north and wedging in the Saddle area, creating poor visibility on the roads. The National Weather Service advises drivers to drive with caution. The Big Island interior and south are expected to have increased levels of vog until tonight.

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Lava reaches Kapoho Bay

HILO — Lava from Kilauea volcano has entered the ocean in Kapoho Bay in lower Puna.