2/25/2015 — East Coast Earthquakes — Forecast movement occurring now — Viewer Fundraiser

February 25, 2015

Right on schedule, multiple earthquakes have struck along the East coast.

2.2m new york feb 25 2015 earthquake

The earthquake forecast from February 19-20 called for movement to occur between North Carolina and New York state within 5-7 days.

Today (February 25 – on day 6 of the forecast) a series of earthquakes struck Connecticut, North Carolina, and New York State.

Quote the text below the video from the 19th-20th –
“5-7 day watch (should see movement by day 7):

East coast United States is primed for another swarm of earthquakes, as revealed by the earthquakes spreading out from Oklahoma into Texas and Alabama (pressure spreading across the Southern portion of the craton).

This Southern pressure will place pressure to the East, which should cause more “mystery booms” to be reported on the Northeast, as well as a series of moderate to small earthquakes in succession of one another (possibly small swarm).. Watch Pennsylvania , New Jersey, and Massachusettes , possibly as far North as New Hampshire for some kind of earthquake activity.”

At about 6 minutes into this video, I explain WHY the East coast would be moving this week:


http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/ld60087331#scientific_summary

Event Location

Data Source LD1

Map showing extent (w,s,e,n) = (-79.5303333, 39.3275, -69.5303333, 49.3275)
44.328°N 74.530°W depth=5.0 kmView interactive map

Event Time

  1. 2015-02-26 01:11:46 (UTC)
  2. 2015-02-25 19:11:46 (UTC-06:00) in your timezone
  3. Times in other timezones

Nearby Cities

  1. 12km (7mi) NNW of Tupper Lake, New York
  2. 72km (45mi) SSE of Massena, New York
  3. 78km (48mi) SSE of Cornwall, Canada
  4. 86km (53mi) ESE of Ogdensburg, New York
  5. 151km (94mi) SE of Ottawa, Canada
Magnitude / uncertainty 2.2 ml± 0.3
Location / uncertainty 44.328°N 74.530°W± 0.4 km
Depth / uncertainty 5.0 km± 31.6
Origin Time 2015-02-26 01:11:46.470 UTC
Number of Stations 22
Number of Phases 42
Minimum Distance 29.72 km (0.27°)
Travel Time Residual 0.41 sec
Azimuthal Gap 55°
FE Region New York (472)

2 more small earthquakes reported in Plainfield, Conn.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/02/24/small-earthquakes-reported-plainfield-conn/Y5VdhJPIkOvcTSWo2bQDfL/story.html

Two small earthquakes occured in Plainfield, Conn., Tuesday morning, minutes after each other, according to Boston College’s Weston Observatory.

The first was a 0.8-magnitude quake at 9:13 a.m. The second was a 1.5-magnitude quake at 9:18 a.m. Quakes with a magnitude under 2.0 are not usually felt by people, John Ebel, director at the geophysical observatory said.

There have been around 60 micro-earthquakes in the same area since the beginning of the year, he said.”


Also, as we were previously watching for…. a 2.1M earthquake struck at the North Carolina border.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/se60004808#general_summary

east coast earthquakes feb 26 2015


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