11/01/2016 — New M4.9 earthquake strikes Central Italy — Forecast to occur + Warnings issued

A new noteworthy earthquake has struck Central Italy yet again.

November 1, 2016 – another sizable earthquake measuring M4.9 struck near the swarm location by Norcia Italy.



On October 31, 2016 multiple warnings were issued (again) for Central Italy.   The warnings told locals to be on watch for upper M4.0 to M5.0 earthquake activity to resume today (Nov. 1st).

See the warning issued at 10pm central time (USA) on October 31, 2016 here:


As the warning in the above video said, a new round of pressure would enter into Turkey and Greece, then to be followed immediately by an upper M4.0 (M4.9 to M5.0) earthquake.

As the seismic forecast called for, the movement has now struck central Italy , and it moved in the exact location we were expecting to move along the plate boundary.

The above video fully explains the “why” behind this M4.9 (M5.0) earthquake striking, and what to expect over the next 24-48 hours.


Information on this earthquake comes from the USGS:

2016-11-01 07:56:40 UTC
43.002°N   13.148°E
10.0 km depth
Magnitude/uncertainty 4.9 mb± 0.1
Location/uncertainty 43.002°N 13.148°E± 5.0 km
Depth/uncertainty 10.0 km± 1.8
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 91
Minimum Distance 6.2 km (0.06°)
Travel Time Residual 1.24 s
Azimuthal Gap 34°