We have recorded and located 187 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
Last night, at 6:10 pm, there was a M2.9 quake in the Coso Range, 18 miles east of Coso Junction. There are no "felt" reports.
There were two decent-sized quakes on Saturday. The first was a M3.0 Hector aftershock, at 1:06 am, located 33 miles south-southwest of Baker. It wasn't felt, as far as we know.
At 4:41 pm on Saturday, there was a M3.3 that was widely felt in the Inland Empire. The epicenter was 5 miles south of Rancho Cucamonga.
We have recorded and located 232 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
Last night, at 11:10 pm, there was another quake in the Coso Junction area, this time on the eastern side of Owens Valley, 15 miles east of Coso Junction. The magnitude was M2.9. This location is in the Coso Ranges, which is a common source of small quakes and swarms.
A small quake in the Big Bear area was felt at 11:39 am this morning. The epicenter was 4 miles northwest of Big Bear Lake, and the magnitude was M2.6. The site of the "felt report" was Big Bear City.
There was another small one at 5:25 am today, a M2.7 located 11 miles north of Ridgecrest. It was not reported as felt.
Yesterday evening at 5:42 pm, there was another small quake 19 miles south-southwest of Coso Junction. The magnitude was M2.8. We have received no inquiries about it.
At 2:04 pm Saturday afternoon, there was a M3.2 quake in the eastern Sierra, 20 miles south-southwest of Coso Junction. This quake may have been felt in Onyx.
We have recorded and located 182 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
At 11:52 pm last night, a very tiny (M1.7) quake was felt in Santa Monica. The epicenter was 2 miles south-southwest of Santa Monica.
At 5:19 pm today, there was a M3.0 Hector Mines aftershock. The epicenter was located 35 miles north of Joshua Tree. This is a sparsely populated area, so it probably will not be reported "felt".
There was a M3.1 quake early Sunday morning (at 4:10 am), located at Panamint Springs, 25 miles southwest of Stovepipe Wells. It was not reported as felt by anyone.
We have recorded and located 206 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
At 11:00 am today, there was a M3.1 quake, located at the northern end of Clark Valley, 9 miles north-northeast of Borrego Springs. That puts it within the San Jacinto fault zone. At the moment, we have only one "felt" report, from La Quinta.
At 11:16 pm this evening, there was a M3.2 quake 2 miles ESE of Yucaipa. It was felt.
There was a small quake (M3.2) this morning 8 miles north-northwest of Devore, near the I15 freeway north of Cajon Pass. The time was 9:38 am. The quake was reported felt in the Apple Valley area.
We have recorded and located 306 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .