Based on webcam views, the Washington VAAC reported an explosion at Colima on 18 June that ejected lava onto the flanks and possibly produced an ash emission. Ash emissions were visible in the webcam later that day. On 21 June satellite images showed a diffuse ash plume drifting WNW, and Colima Tower reported ash to altitudes of 4.6-6.1 km (15,000-20,000 ft) a.s.l.
An incandescent explosion of Colima Volcano, March 19, 2015 at 5 in the morning. According to this image, the height of the incandescent column may have exceeded 1km above the crater. This is not a very common phenomenon of the volcano of Colima, which some call « fountain » because the volcanic activity of Etna (which is very common) looks like.
01/07/2015. Colima, Mexique : 19,514 ° N, 103.62 ° W , Summit : 3850 m
Source : Tapiro photographer