Here at the Southern California Weather Force an Earthquake Watch was issued earlier in the week until Friday night. Such an Earthquake has been verified, felt across a wide area of Orange, Los Angeles, and The Inland Empire with a preliminary magnitude of 4.1. SCWF Earthquake Watch remains in effect for aftershocks and/or larger magnitudes from nearby faults …
The equakle struck in the Santa Ana Mountains along the Elsinore Fault-zone. Be prepared for additional aftershocks. The Earthquake Watch remains in effect as other fault-zones could have been affected …
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I’ve been developing a pattern recognition algorithm over the years for stress in the region for Earthquakes. It’s a scale that a graph will be updated every 3 hours automatically on the website somewhere and it’ll use my algorithm to show stress fracture probability in the area.. meaning if it goes above a certain level then we are close to yet another fault-slip in the area … I’m not too far from releasing it.
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Issued Zones: Entire Southern California Fault-System … But includes Japan, Pacific Northwest, California, and Mexico.
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued an Earthquake Watch effective now through Friday night for regional stress fractures from a large quake in Alaska …
Date: 1/23/18 at 6:30am PT
Forecast: Five days ago someone on the comment section expressed their birthday timing with quakes and I said “Close.. Next one will be around the 20th worldwide…” … The link to that is in the alert below …
Alaska popped off a major earthquake overnight and this created Tsunami alerts along the west coast that have since been downgraded to nothing … however the main quake was directly on the plate that runs through our area, along the San Andreas Fault where the Pacific and North American plates meet.
I’ve seen all too well how large quakes in South America and Alaska can affect our area, including, Pacific Northwest, California, and Mexico.. One-small scale example was the 1992 Landers quake and four hours later on a separate fault-zone the Big Bear Earthquake. This was due to my theory of faults affecting each other.
Another such example would be on down in South America before the San Fernando Quake of the 1970s.
Now, just because one hit the plate doesn’t 100% mean we’ll see a larger quake… because that isn’t possible to predict. What it does give us is a window of three days of the most probable stress fracture event on our fault systems based off the larger quake affecting the entire plate boundary in the short term.
A magnitude 4 or greater earthquake is expected in or near Southern California during the watch period as a result of the Alaskan quake.
Link to comment prediction of next worldwide quake – Click Here To View The Comment Prediction