Videos of Mount Agung's eruption have surfaced online.
Social media users shared videos this week of the erupting Bali volcano, which spewed out ash close to 2 miles high since Saturday, according to BBC.
These videos come straight from Bali.
This BBC video shows dangerous mud, even though it looks like concrete.
This video from the Weather Channel’s AMHQ shows the mountain erupting at daybreak.
Here’s a look at some more photos from the volcano:
New Scientist compiled a few video clips into one to show various areas impacted by the volcano.
Emergency officials have asked hundreds of thousands of Bali residents to leave their homes in wake of Mount Agung's eruption over the weekend, according to CNN.
More than 30,000 people have fled the area since Saturday. But Indonesia's National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) said that close to 100,000 people need to evacuate.
Emergency officials told CNN that they faced opposition from residents, some of whom elected to stay “to protect gardens and livestock.”
"Not all villagers in the dangerous radius are willing to evacuate. Until now there are still many people who remain in their houses," the disaster agency said.
Officials expressed worry that another major eruption could come this week.
"Mount Agung eruption keeps going. The possibility that the bigger eruption might happen (is getting) closer. However there is no clear information on how big the intensity (would be). It is nearly impossible to estimate," the agency said.