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F-E Region: Solomon Islands
Time: 2014-04-04 11:40:34.3 UTC
Magnitude: 6.0 (Mw)
Epicenter: 161.54°E 10.46°S
Depth: 72 km
Status: M - manually revised
Guadacanal, Solomons being hit by torrential rains, people have drowned, Honiara a right off, looks like developing into a Cyclone in all but name
emsc,2014-04-03 12:38:57, 45.466, 26.391, 4.5, 124.0, Romania
emsc,2014-04-02 07:30:42, 45.734, 26.665, 3.1, 132.0, Romania
emsc,2014-03-31 15:48:47, 45.577, 26.461, 3.7, 140.0, Romania
emsc,2014-03-31 01:10:46, 45.684, 26.570, 2.6, 98.0, Romania
reply to post by Vasa Croe
I checked Georgia, and roamed around a bit in Alabama and couldn't find any earthquakes. However, I saw noise and when I checked the weather satellite, I found a big storm crossing the southern states. My guess is that it was distant thunder.
Or, (a joke because Oklahoma is still gradually getting stupider and stupider. The average per day now is 7 earthquakes or so?!!?) you felt the 4 ish one in Okie. This I doubt.
If you want to have a look- there's a couple new stations in Georgia.