Malibu Earthquake Fills Earthquake Watch; Likely Building for Larger; Watch Issued to February 25th


Southern California Weather Force has issued an Earthquake Watch for a larger Earthquake for California until February 25th, 2024, after the main sequence continues to elevate.

Move over Lucy Jones, I may be a meteorologist, but my expertise is actually patterns and numbers, which aligns to anything science or math ……  during the last watch windows, we had quakes up and down at 4 mags.  Back on January 26th, I issued an Earthquake Watch for California through February 8th.  A day later is fine, but we have had offshore quakes for Northern California between that time, and now one in Southern California.

Article on last watch window –

This last one in Malibu is the largest of the sequence at a 4.6.  Felt over a wide area, this quake will signal that we are close to a larger one across the state of California, closer than the 30-year prediction USGS keeps making.

As such, this Earthquake Watch window will go to February 25th.  Each window has produced a quake larger than when I started issuing these windows.

Keep in mind, we had a rare 4.0 magnitude quake offshore of Florida, then a 6.3 magnitude in Hawaii.  That clearly shows the Pacific and North American Plates are at civil unrest.

Again, always have your Earthquake Kits ready and/or preparations on standby.

Make an Emergency Plan: Create a family emergency communications plan that has an out-of-state contactKeep in mind that after a major earthquake, cellphone towers are jammed, and you will not be able to get through to anyone.

Plan where to meet if you get separated. Make a supply kit that includes enough food and water for several days, a flashlight, a fire extinguisher and a whistle.

– Raiden Storm –

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