INGV reported that explosions at the fissure segment at 2,850 m elevation on the SE base of Etna?s New Southeast Crater (NSEC) declined in frequency and intensity during 3-4 June; explosions ceased on 5 June.
The lava flow from the fissure was active only near the vent on 5 June and by the next day had ceased and began cooling.
Sporadic ash emissions rose from Northeast Crater (NEC) and quickly dissipated on 6 June.
The report noted that the NE edge of the NSEC cone had dropped several meters, likely in conjunction with a period of ash emissions on 30 May.
In addition, a hot zone high on the SE flank of the cone that was established prior to the recent eruption was extensively covered with colored fumarolic deposits by 6 June.
Source: Sezione di Catania - Osservatorio Etneo (INGV)