I like it!
I like it!
I missed the 3.4 an hour before the 5.3 shaker (I guessed the magnitude as 5.1 right then) hit here. An angel (figurine) lost its wings. Rolling jolt that kept going. And a few aftershocks over 3.0, too.
SoCal is waking up!
And this is why Vin Scully is awesome.
I was in a movie theater last night when the 5.1 struck. The Raid 2 was about to start and then beat it to the punch - pun intended. Everyone left the theater, but eventually returned. The film, by the way, kicked more rear than the first one, if that's even possible. I still prefer the first, but the second was a more than worthy successor.
Here's an interesting article about the effects of the huge amount of ice that covered the Great Lakes this winter.
TI, did you feel that 4.3 shaker near you today? I didn't.
In noticing that same area of the earthquake map, apparently a -0.1 quake hit 24 km (15 mi) ESE of Coso Junction at 6:59:44, on April 15th. How?
 It was the White Wolf Fault. It was bugging me, so I had to look it up.
LA-area quake started as 3.8 and then upgraded to a 4.2 last night. I sure LOVED the local TV anchors whose concerns and "facts" were each discounted by the geologic expert they had on: no, there wasn't a Santa Monica aftershock; no this wasn't an aftershock of the one in March; no this doesn't statistically mean there will be a stronger quake soon.