This image shows Landsat-8 shortwave-infrared data (2.2 micron wavelength; colored areas show hot ground) and thermal-infrared data (shows cloud cover in white), both overlain on the Cleveland imagery in GoogleEarth Pro. Landsat image acquired on July 13, 2014. This data shows the summit crater at Cleveland remains quite hot. The slight coloration on the flank is not indicative of warm temperatures but is a data-processing artifact.
Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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