I checked it again today, and for the first time since I've been looking at the earthquake website, there were more than 1000 quakes over the last week. Keeler, a place near Sequoia NP, has had at least two 5.0+, some 4.0+, and many 3.0+ there.
Next week, CA has its second (or more?) annual Great Shakeout, with a statewide disaster drill. Would it be ironic if a big one hit the day before those drills? I sure hope not.
Last week when I checked, it reached a high of 1024 quakes, but this morning, it's back down to 746. Weird, weird.
What do baseball and earthquakes have in common?
It's the 20th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake in the Bay Area which halted the 3rd game of the World Series between the Giants and the A's.
¡Que la fuerza te acompañe!
I remember that day quite well. I saw some footage before a church meeting. That clip of the car getting buckled on the Oakland Bay Bridge still is haunting.
BTW, our Great Shakeout disaster drill at school went fairly well, as far as I saw.
Over 220 quakes in CA and NV the past day. Several 3.0+ around the Golden State and NW Mexico.
Now over 300 shakers in the last three days.
Not as many CA quakes lately, but more 3.0+s than recently; even a couple 4.0+s. And there's about four main bunches of quakes throughout the state. Concern?