UNITED NEWS INTERNATIONAL (UNI) — Mount Agung on Bali erupted again after weeks of being in a state of rest.
The Indonesian National Board of Disaster Management said the volcano erupted Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 11:49 a.m. local time.
A cloud of smoke and ash reached as high as 1.5 kilometers.
A spokesperson for Bali’s disaster agency confirmed the eruption lasted more than two minutes and didn’t cause disruptions.
Flights in and out of the island of Bali were unaffected at the time of this recording.
Mount Agung erupted in November last year for the first time since 1963.
The highest threat level was lowered in early February and residents living in danger zones were told that they could return home.
The volcano’s status is now at Level 3, or standby.
Residents have not been told to evacuate yet, but are cautioned to stay four kilometers away from Agung’s crater.