The threat of violent explosions prompted authorities to close the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Friday until further notice.
Lava erupts from a fissure east of the Leilani Estates subdivision during ongoing eruptions of the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, U.S., May 12, 2018.
The American Red Cross continues to serve evacuated residents at shelters established at Pahoa and Keaau community centers.
With scientists warning that a steam-driven volcanic eruption could occur virtually without warning, the Hawaii National Guard is prepared to use ground convoys and even helicopters if necessary to pluck hundreds of residents from an isolated southeast corner of Hawaii's Big Island.
"The situation remains unstable", she said.
A spokesman said: "Lava from this latest outbreak is actively spattering and degassing but no flow has yet formed".
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During an evening meeting with community members, an official with the United States Geological Survey's Hawaii Volcano Observatory said that while no new fissures have opened during the last 24 hours, there has been "quite a bit" of ground cracking over the last day and that they were releasing steam.
Geologists warn that the Kilauea volcano could shoot out large boulders and ash out of its summit crater.
What will take a turn for the worse in terms of hazard is if hotter, fresher magma makes it to the surface, and that could be what is coming, said Hawaiian Volcano Observatory lead scientist Tina Neal.
Meanwhile at the volcano's summit, USGS investigations have suggested the lava lake level is continuing to drop.
Hawaii police said they arrested Alexandru Stingu-Dragomir, 29, on suspicion he burgled four houses in Leilani Estates after the mayor declared an emergency the area on last week. Fresher magma may also produce lava fountains that shoot higher into the air and larger, faster-moving lava flows.
Trump approved the Hawaii governor's request declaring the state a "major disaster" late Friday night ahead of warnings that continuing volcanic eruptions could cause vast damage to the islands and its residents.