Mount Agung's Smoke Plumes Drift East After Weekend Eruptions

Mount Agung erupted on November 25, blowing smoke and thick ash into the air.

The satellite imagery shows Mount Agung’s plumes drift eastward after the explosion over the weekend. Authorities have issued the highest-level volcanic warning possible, according to CNN.

Thousands of residents have since been evacuated as authorities are expecting a larger eruption. Credit: Japan Meteorological Agency via Storyful