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M 5.2 - 17km SSW of Big Lake, Alaska 2018-11-30 20:26:54 (UTC)61.369°N 150.044°W24.0 km depth
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
Here is an example of what I mean that it is a hellova lot stronger than 7.2!
That is a tweet from the local CBS affiliate, KTVA, news office.
Still think the MSM is inflating the magnitude to "make headlines"??
Shallow earthquake. Cook Inlet is sheltered by mountain ranges, so that is why all the warnings for the Pacific areas are called off (and why we typically ignore them too when from other places! It takes too long from the ocean to travel up the inlet to get to Anchorage. And the city is a 100 feet above the shoreline to begin with).