Correction: A previous version of the story had an incorrect number of how close the lava was to a road. The story has been corrected.

HONOLULU (KHON2) — In a press conference on Tuesday, Dec. 6, representatives from science and emergency response communities brought further updates on the volcanic activity of Mauna Loa.

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According to the United States Geological Survey, the conditions of the lava flow have become fairly steady overnight compared to previous days.

Sattelite mapping shows that overnight the lava flow had advanced to be about 1.92 miles away from the Daniel K. Inouye Highway and about 1.75 miles from the Old Saddle Road.

Last night, the rate of the lava flow was around 20 meters per hour — about 21 to 22 yards per hour.

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As the lava enters the Saddle area, officials said the flow shows no signs of stopping due to continuous activity from vents in the upper lava channel.