A noteworthy magnitude 6.2 earthquake has struck along the shores of Alaska.
(originally recorded as M5.7- upgraded to M6.2 – now downgraded to M5.8)
After a period of lesser earthquake activity spanning weeks (only measuring in the 3.0 – 4.0 range) now we see the expected larger seismic activity strike the area which was warned.
Yes, this area was WARNED for movement to occur almost 2 full days before the earthquake hit.
The coast of Alaska was warned for larger earthquake activity to return in the most recent earthquake forecast issued on June 22-23, 2015.
See the earthquake forecast calling for Alaska coast activity to resume here:
Information on this M6.2 (5.7 revised) earthquake from the USGS: