West coast on watch : M5.9 + Swarm of earthquake strikes near Atka Volcano in the Alaskan Aleutian Islands
The earthquake progression across the Pacific that was expected to take place this week has begun in earnest.
The West coast of the United States surely needs to be on watch for greater activity this week (just in case).
Multiple (3) earthquakes above M4.0 struck the West coast of the United States over a few hours time in California ,
and Arizona late last night (November 1st into 2nd).
We then saw larger M5.0 movement occur in Central America near El Salvador, which resides further Southeast from the West
coast USA along the “edge” of the Pacific plate.
After the aforementioned activity along the West coast of the USA + Central America, a new borderline M6.0 earthquake struck the West Coast of the Alaskan Aleutian Islands near Atka Volcano along with a subsequent swarm of M5.0 events.
With all the activity which has occurred in the past few hours (late November 1st into early November 2nd CST) Clearly the West Coast of North America is under heavy stress at the moment.
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