A noteworthy M4.7 (M4.4 revised) earthquake has struck at a volcano at the far Northeast California / Nevada border.
This M4.7 (M4.4) now makes the THIRD M4.0+ earthquake to strike at a volcanic field located at the CA / NV border in less than 24 hours.
As was said in my previous post earlier today, larger movement is building below the plate , this is now obviously given away by three ancient volcanoes being hit by M4.0+ activity within less than 1 days time.
If a coordinate search is done on the location in NW Nevada , we find that Blowout Mountain + Bitner Butte volcano are directly next to the location moving.
Screenshots of Bitner Butte here:
No more than 30min to 1 hour prior to this M4.7/M4.4 event, we just saw a M4.0 strike near Mono Lake Supervolcano in Central Eastern California. Full post on theM4.0 at Mono Lake here.
Early this morning (late last night) another M4.4 earthquake struck at yet ANOTHER dormant volcanic field at the CA/NV border – Steamboat Springs Volcanic field.
All three volcanoes which were struck over the past 24 hours fall along the California / Nevada border.
This location (the CA/NV border) was specifically named out in the Earthquake forecast video 6 days ago as a location to watch for new M4.0+ earthquakes to strike.
See the earthquake forecast video calling for the California / Nevada border region to be struck by M4.0+ activity at dormant volcanoes here:
Information on this earthquake from the USGS:
|Magnitude/uncertainty||4.6 ml± 0.5|
|Location/uncertainty||41.891°N 119.581°W± 11.6 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||8.5 km± 10.9|
|Number of Stations||4|
|Number of Phases||6|
|Minimum Distance||18.92 km (0.17°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.1258 sec|
|FE Region||Nevada (37)|