Over the last few days, there have been over 10 000 earthquakes on the Reykjanes peninsula, between Reykjavik and Keflavik airport. They have shaken the city of Reykjavik and nearby settlements such as Grindavik.
These are mostly centred on the area around a dormant relict peak called Keilir.
There is coverage on VEDUR, also Reykjavik Grapevine and MBL.IS and other sites that have been featured on this blog in the past.
A webcam has been set up facing the location:
The #Reykjanes peninsula newspaper @Vikurfrettir has set up a live webcam pointing towards the area of #earthquakes and #magma movement near #Keilir mountain https://t.co/5RKx7p1OiY #Iceland #eruption— Gisli Olafsson (@gislio) March 3, 2021