After multiple weeks of silence, the East coast of the United States has been struck by a M2.9 (M3.0) earthquake in New Hampshire.
This area was warned a full day ago for movement to strike.
The East coast was SPECIFICALLY warned in the earthquake forecast for M3.0 earthquake activity to strike this week.
Now we see a M2.9 has struck the exact location which was warned.
The California / Nevada border region was also warned for M4.0 earthquake activity in yesterday’s forecast, last night the CA / NV border was hit by a M4.3 earthquake.
The M4.3 in California placed pressure to the EAST, causing overnight earthquakes at the fracking operations in Oklahoma / Kansas. The pressure transferred further East, and ultimately caused a M3.0 (M2.9) on the East coast in New England.
See the earthquake forecast calling for the East coast to be hit in this location by a M3.0 range earthquake.
A text warning was issued for the East coast as well. Read the text warning for New England here:
“West coast of the United States.. South California, interior volcanoes at the Nevada / California border, edge of the craton fracking operations across Colorado, Texas, Kanas, and Oklahoma… be on watch for larger activity to strike in the M4.0 range.. could shake things up as far as the East coast of the USA with smaller events spanning all the way to New England / SE Quebec Canada / Maine.”
The West coast was hit last night (this morning) at the California Nevada border with a M4.3 earthquake. Now the East coast is hit one day later.
The M5.2 which occurred 3 days ago off the shores of Vancouver is the ultimate culprit behind this new round of unrest striking along the edge of the craton. The earthquake on the West coast causes this earthquake on the East coast 3 days later.
Information on this earthquake from the USGS:
|Magnitude/uncertainty||2.9 mb_lg± 0.1|
|Location/uncertainty||43.263 °N 71.781 °W± 1.4 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||6.8 km± 7.5|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||40|
|Minimum Distance||25.27 km (0.23°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.57 sec|
|FE Region||NEW HAMPSHIRE (474)|