The 7 day earthquake forecast from February 3, 2015 has panned out fully (already, with 2 days left to go).
As of 745pm February 8, 2015 , a borderline 5.0M (4.9 magnitude) earthquake has struck South of Salton Sea in Baja Mexico – across the California border.
This was fully expected by anyone who has been watching, reading, or listening to the recent earthquake forecast(s) which called for the area from Los Angeles Southwards to North Baja Gulf of California.
This 4.9 magnitude earthquake occurred due South of the dormant volcano which showed movement just a few days ago.
See the screenshot below, showing the volcano fairly close by which experienced movement four days ago (February 4, 2015).
Seismically speaking, this week has proved to be a very busy one.
We ended this week off with a bang, literally with a large earthquake near Salton Sea (where we were watching) , and two rare shallow earthquakes in Southern New Mexico occurring at a dormant volcanic complex.
Video update on the rare New Mexico earthquake can be seen here:
This Salton Sea / Baja 4.9M earthquake comes on the heels of SIX DIFFERENT West coast dormant volcanoes showing earthquake movement over the past week.
The forewarnings should be of major concern to even the average person. There are telltale signs of unrest taking place which people are overlooking for some reason.
Specifically have been warning this entire past week for movement between Los Angles and Baja. Now Baja gets hit with a borderline 5.0 Magnitude
Louisiana Butte in Central California moved February 7, 2015 (see below):
Central Utah Black Rock Desert Cinders moved February 5, 2015 (seen below):
Crater Mountain in Central California moved February 3, 2015 (see below):
Unnamed Volcanic buttes in NW Nevada moved February 2, 2015 (see below):
|Location / uncertainty||31.526°N 115.665°W± 0.9 km|
|Depth / uncertainty||1.9 km± 5.2|
|Origin Time||2015-02-09 01:45:02.840 UTC|
|Number of Stations||6|
|Number of Phases||7|
|Minimum Distance||56.66 km (0.51°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.13 sec|
|FE Region||Baja California, Mexico (48)|