Here is a short overview of the activity in Grímsfjall volcano in Week 08 and Week 13 for a comparison. A quick review of the earthquake data on the Icelandic Met Office web page suggests that the current path to a eruption started in Week 07.
It is clear on the pattern that has been evolving over the past four to five weeks where the eruption is most likely going to happen. That location is almost directly below the SIL station that Icelandic Met Office.
The evolving cluster of earthquakes can clearly be seen in this week overviews, and other in between them (Week 07 to week 13). It is clear that the magma has found a collection spot inside Grímsfjall volcano. But the question remains where it is going to break it self when a eruption starts. It is rather that question rather then when it happens, given the earthquake pattern that I am seeing coming from Grímsfjall volcano at current time.