Even after over 50 years since the last eruption, there are still hot spots in the floor of the Kilauea Iki Crater. On rainy days such as this one, water seeps down through cracks and fissures in the hardened lava and finds its way down to areas hot enough to create steam which vents back up to the surface.
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