Oklahoma is on the move again (seismically speaking).
A magnitude 4.2 earthquake (4.1 revised) has struck Central Oklahoma near another fracking operation.
The earthquake comes on the heels of other movement earlier in the morning at dormant volcanoes in California / Nevada, and after the area was forecast to begin seeing 4.0M+ earthquakes again (forecast on April 24, 2015).
See the earthquake forecast calling for this movement here:
Information on this 4.2M from the USGS:
|Magnitude / uncertainty||4.1 mb_lg± 0.0|
|Location / uncertainty||36.289°N 97.527°W± 1.1 km|
|Depth / uncertainty||2.2 km± 7.9|
|Origin Time||2015-04-29 16:42:26.540 UTC|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||38|
|Minimum Distance||47.42 km (0.43°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.22 sec|
|FE Region||Oklahoma (499)|