We have recorded and located 221 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
A small quake was widely felt late this afternoon from the South Bay area to the southern San Fernando Valley, and as far east as Pasadena. It was a M2.8, at 5:26 pm, located under the Baldwin Hills, within the relatively complex Newport-Inglewood fault zone.
A small quake in the Inland Empire area was felt Sunday afternoon. The quake was a M2.5, at 2:10 pm, located 3 miles southeast of Loma Linda. It was reported felt in Riverside.
Although this quake is outside of our network (in Nevada), it is worth mentioning. It was a M4.4, at 5:40 am this morning, located 29 miles east-southeast of Beatty NV, or 29 miles north-northeast of Death Valley Junction CA (information from University of Nevada at Reno). The quake was reported felt in Pahrump NV.
We have recorded and located 208 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
At 3:27 am on Sunday (yesterday), there was a M3.1 just south of the U.S./Mexico border, 34 miles southwest of Ocotillo. (This is south of a point about halfway between Campo and Boulevard. Check the map link above!) We don't have any reports of it being felt.
At 3:35 pm the same day (yesterday), there was a M2.5 located 5 miles north-northwest of Wrightwood. This quake was felt in Wrightwood itself.
Early this morning, at 12:15 am, a M2.8 quake was fairly widely felt in Riverside, Moreno Valley, Menifee, Redlands, and Yucaipa. The epicenter was located 5 miles south of Loma Linda, or 8 miles east of Riverside.
We have recorded and located 159 earthquakes in the last week. Click here to see a summary and map .
Seismicity has been quiet of late. Just before 4:05 am today, however, there was a M2.8 Hector Mines aftershock. The epicenter was locate 8 miles northwest of Ludlow. As far as we know, it was not felt.