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I would be paying attention to animals and sounds in the environment.
On January 10, 1895, a newspaper, the Buckley Banner reports the eruption of Mount Baldy. The paper reports explosions "like the roar of a cannon" and a "crater alive with a terrible heat" (Buckley Banner). Although geologically unlikely and otherwise unconfirmed, the event is portrayed vividly with tendrils of molten lava snaking their way down the slopes and plumes of smoke that can be seen from as far away as Seattle, 50 miles to the northwest. The peak in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains looms above what is now (1999) the King County Fair Grounds on the east side of Enumclaw.
There was the unusual one in NE Cali (Alturas, etc), a few months ago so what your all describing is concerning. I grew up in the bay area and have family there as well as the NE but clearly this is being felt only in the Southern and mid areas of the state (or are people feeling this dropping in other parts of the state)? It's almost as if something was disturbed by the quake a few months ago. For some reason it's affecting LA.
I would be paying attention to animals and sounds in the environment (all the sudden no birds chirping, air still, etc). I would also call an expert there if that worried. Maybe from UCLA or even one of the quake centers.
reply to post by Battlefresh
This morning I was sitting outside and felt a sharp jolt that was very quick. Staying near Palm Springs. It felt different, not like other earthquakes that I have experienced. My roommate just heard a sharp cracking type noise. Weird.
M3.5 - 12km SSE of Anza, California 2013-09-22 13:10:10 UTC
edit on 22-9-2013 by PacificBlue because: grammar