A moderate M4.3 (M4.2 revised) earthquake struck Southern California.
The epicenter of the event falls inside Eastern metropolitan Los Angeles.
Seeing larger West coast earthquake activity pick up in pace is no shock, in light of the warnings issued this past week for the Wecast coast, and the other seismic activity which took place nearby.
What other activity? The VOLCANIC earthquake activity.
See my video explanation from July 23 2015 here:
Information on this magnitude 4.3 earthquake from the USGS:
|Magnitude/uncertainty||4.3 ml± 0.3|
|Location/uncertainty||34.095°N 117.443°W± 0.3 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||4.5 km± 0.9|
|Origin Time||2015-07-25 12:54:06.980 UTC|
|Number of Stations||96|
|Number of Phases||100|
|Minimum Distance||0.69 km (0.01°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.27 sec|
|FE Region||Greater Los Angeles area, California (43)|