posted on Oct, 6 2004 @ 05:51 AM
This is more of a tip to watch, not a news submission
Last night at approximately 1900 hours PDT an long-period event occurred on Mt. Rainier. It was picked up by the Mount Fremont, Mount Rainier
But was not picked up by any other Mt. Rainier webicorder, indicating that it was a low magnitude event. The low mag and long-period nature is
indicative of magmatic encroachment. THERE WAS NO COINCIDING EVENT AT MSH to cause this, so this event was unique to the Mt. Rainier area.
This isn't necessarily newsworthy, but some one should continue to watch Rainier since you have members in the Seattle area.
[edit on 6-10-2004 by John bull 1]