Below is a live cam covering a possible imminent eruption that scientists predict to make it to the crust in the next few hours.
This was announced by the Icelandic Civil Protection Agency March 3rd 16:00 GMT:
Update March 3rd 23:00 GMT: The tremor pulse was detected at 14:20 and is measured at most seismic stations in Iceland seems to decreased but many earthquakes are still being measured. No sign of eruption when Icelanders go to sleep.
Link to new in English https://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/ne…
A live cam has been placed in Keflavík and it’s aimed to the most likely eruption site so its a chance to see an eruption take place in live broadcast from there:
Note that the visibility is poor in the moment and it will get dark round 19:00GMT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMh3B…
Below is a youtube live cam of the expected eruption. Kinda boring as I post this (at 7:30 pm Central time, March 3).
Keilir og skjálftasvæðið
Thanks to Stephen Bird for these links
Note: I went on line to verify this, and found this on forbes.com:
Rumbling Reykjanes Volcano In Iceland Could Erupt At Any Minute
“A sudden increase in tremors on Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula, which connects the island’s capital of Reykjavik to its main international airport at Keflavik, has officials warning of a possible imminent volcanic eruption.”