This is something taken from back in Feb. when I was speaking w/LCP about just "feeling" I'd been having about quakes lately.
8.9 Quake Hits Japan
There's 2, actually, to me that feel to be hovering around the index I mentioned above. One is in the US or travels up through the US and another country. This other one feels like it's across the waters or islands. The one in the US seems to have something to do w/mountains.
Not that long ago I felt an earthquake would happen along a fault that either isn't known to be active or wasn't known at all, so an earthquake where you wouldn't normally think there to be one.
After the NZ earthquake I looked that up and read it was along an unknown fault. Having said that, though, it's still not the magnitude I was feeling.
Now this is closer to the magnitude that was coming through. But also within those feeling were that it goes between 2 lands? So what the two lands are, I'm not positive yet, but they are separated by water.
I've been keeping an eye not searching, but just out for headlines, because one of the other quakes had to do w/mountains and in the US. We just got our internet re-connected from our move to our new home recently so I haven't been on quite alot.
When it was up and running, one of the first headlines had to do w/a quake but it was like 5.9 or something and specifically said there were no Tsunami warnings.
I told my husband "There should be. I feel one comes in." He told me I could look up quakes and tsunami relevence if that'd make me feel better and 5.9 was in general too low. Still I said, "They should give them a warning, like conditions are right...like what we have for tornados."
So the 8.9 that came through awhile ago, but "goes between two lands" That I don't know quite yet. There would be water separating these two lands. So I can't find a big enough map yet to see.
The whole point of this is, if this is the "goes between 2 lands thing, then I feel more the next one is may be more centered in the US but of equal proportion.
I'm only getting "plain states", like little fraction quakes leading up to this CA or CO or Canada (CA)?