STRONG QUAKE IN NORTHERN MID-ATALNTIC RIDGE

 

EARTHQUAKE SUMMARY FOR FEBRUARY 14, 2019

 

A strong earthquake of M 6.2, followed by an M 5.0 aftershock occurred in the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge today. These events were not felt in this remote area and no tsunami was generated or expected. This is located at an unusual epicenter south of the Azores. The last earthquake within about 250 km of this epicenter in the Northern  Mid-Atlantic Ridge occurred as an M 6.3 on May 24, 2010. Other events in the region in the past 30 years with equal or greater magnitude occurred in August, 1990 (M 6.3); April, 1995 (M 6.2); April, 2003 (M 6.1).  Forecast 113516 had expected a possibly moderately large event in this region of the Atlantic was possible around February 13.

 

O: 14FEB2019 20:43:31  35.3N   36.1W mb=5.0  EMSC   NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE  

O: 14FEB2019 20:43:32  35.4N   35.9W mb=5.0  ANSS   Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge"

O: 14FEB2019 19:57:05  35.4N   36.1W mw=6.2  ANSS   Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge"

O: 14FEB2019 19:57:06  35.4N   36.3W Mw=6.1  EMSC   NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE  

P: 13FEB2019 113516    38.0N   32.0W 4.0-5.7 ACCAA  No. Mid-Atlantic Ridge     

 

An earthquake of M 5,4 on the geomagnetic equator today was strongly felt in central Peru. NEIC reported maximum intensity VII in Pampas, Huancavelica, Peru with V in Huancavelica, and Ayacucho; IV in San Luis, Lima, Huancayo and Huanta and II-III in Satipo, Junin, Santa Ana, Cusco, and Huanuco, Peru.  Recent such earthquakes have occurred about 150 km north or south of this epicenter. The last within about 150 km of today's epicenter occurred nearly 18 years ago on February 21, 2001 with M 5.6-5.7. Forecast 113629 expected a possible moderately large event in this area was possibly around February 13.

 

O: 14FEB2019 14:33:16  12.1S   74.2W Mw=5.4  EMSC   CENTRAL PERU                 

P: 13FEB2019 113629    11.0S   74.0W 4.0-5.6 ABAAA  Central Peru               

 

The strongest earthquakes in the U.S. or Canada today continued in the swarm which began yesterday with the geomagnetic storm in the Vancouver Island area of Canada. Earthquakes today included the M 5.1 mainshock as well as events of M 4.4, 4.3, 3.7, and 3.5. This summary had noted this series in the previous issue as:

 

"The earthquake swarm in the Vancouver Island, region of Canada began at 0715 with an N 3,2 as the geomagnetic storm was reaching towards maximum and included an M 3.4, 3.5, 4.1 and 4.8-5.1. These events were lightly felt in the epicentral area according to Earthquakes Canada. Earthquakes Canada reported the largest of these at M 5.1. The last earthquake within about 100 km of these epicenters off Vancouver with M>=5.1 in the NEIC database was an M 5.3 more than two years ago on January 7, 2017. Forecast 113591 had expected today's event within about 10 km of the epicenter was likely around February 13." (February 13-14, 2019)

 

 

O: 14FEB2019 04:43:51  50.6N  130.2W ML=3.7  NRCA  195 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 00:54:39  50.5N  130.4W ML=4.3  NRCA  212 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 00:34:40  50.5N  130.3W ML=5.1  NRCA  203 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 13FEB2019 22:53:55  50.5N  130.3W ML=4.4  NRCA  207 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 12:29:20  50.5N  130.4W ML=3.5  NRCA  209 km W   of Pt. Hardy       

P: 13FEB2019 113591    50.6N  130.5W 3.0-5.0 AAAAA  British Colombia           

 

The swarm in the Kuril Islands also continued today and was joined by earthquake of moderate magnitude in the Komandorsky Islands and Kamchatka. The events in the Kurils were reported with M 4.9 and 4.6 and forecast within about 100 km in forecast 113579 to occur around February 12.

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:18:50  45.7N  150.3E mb=4.9  EMSC   KURIL ISLANDS                

O: 14FEB2019 18:53:15  45.7N  151.1E mb=4.6  EMSC   KURIL ISLANDS                

P: 12FEB2019 113579    45.0N  152.0E 3.5-5.9 AAAAA  So. Kurils                 

 

The activity in the northwest Pacific in Kamchatka, the Komandorsky Islands and the Kurils was associated with an M 4.9 in the South Georgia Island region of the South Atlantic. This is near the antipode of the Kurils and occurred within an hour of local solar midnight. It was probably enhanced by antipodal and tidal effects. A similar M 4.9 hit this area within about 200 km of this epicenter on January 30 but the last of larger magnitude in this area was an M 5.4 on December 12, 2018 and an M 5.0 on April 4, 2018. Forecast 113403 expected a moderate quake in this region around February 7.

 

O: 15FEB2019 02:56:16  55.2S   31.7W mb=4.9  EMSC   SOUTH GEORGIA ISLAND REGION  

P:  7FEB2019 113403    56.0S   29.0W 4.0-5.8 CABAA  So. Sandwich Islands       

 

The earthquake swarm in the Gulf of California noted in the previous issue of this summary migrated to the south today. There were four moderate quakes in this newly located swarm including events of M 4.0, 4.0 and 4.2. Forecast 113474  

expected this series was likely around February 17. In the previous issue this summary had noted this series as:

 

 

"While not at high latitudes a swarm of light to moderate earthquakes also  occurred in the Gulf of California at the start of the geomagnetic storm and was probably promoted by it. These events of M 3.7, 3.8, 3.9 and 4.1 were the first of this size to be intimately associated with the geomagnetic storm. They occurred within minutes of local solar midnight, a prime time for geomagnetic effects. The last events within about 100 km of this epicenter with M>=4.1 occurred nearly two years ago on May 23, 2017 (M 4.3) and prior to that as an M 4.1 on January 18, 2017. Forecast 113474 had expected this activity within about 25 km was likely around February 17. This area is antipodal to Tropical Cyclone Gelena currently east of Madagascar. This summary had expected some seismic enhancement in the Gulf of California at this time due to focusing of seismic energy at the antipode of TC Gelena" (February 13-14, 2019)

 

O: 14FEB2019 10:52:33  27.4N  111.5W ML=3.6  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 11:07:22  27.7N  111.8W ML=4.2  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 10:46:42  27.8N  111.8W ML=4.0  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 10:49:49  27.8N  111.9W ML=4.0  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

P: 17FEB2019 113474    28.0N  112.0W 3.5-4.9 AAAAA  Gulf of California         

OTHER GLOBAL EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY

 

For most events there are two listings. The first line is the observed event starting with "O:" for Observed. There follows the date, month and year, the time in UT hours:minutes:seconds, the latitude and longitude, the given magnitude and the reporting agency followed by the geographic location. The second line starts with "P:" This is the forecast event as forecast in our summaries normally more than a month in advance. Magnitudes may vary in response to updated seismic watches and daily variations due to tidal and other influences. This line has the forecast date, month and year, the forecast number, latitude, longitude and forecast magnitude range.  This is followed by a comparison between the forecast and the event. The comparison includes letters A-D. The first is number of days difference from predicted (A:up to 2, B3-5; C:6-10; D:more than 10), Difference in latitude (A:up to 1 degree; B:1-2 degrees; C:2-4 degrees; D:more than 4 degrees); longitude (same comparison as with latitude); magnitude (A: within forecast range; B: higher than forecast range; C: lower than forecast range; D: no comparison possible). The last letter is a stand in for a future comparison which needs to be done statistically after a large number of forecasts have been made. In previous data, an excellent match is generally AAAAA; a good match as one or two B's; a fair match has several B's and C's and a poor match is one which contains a number of C's or D's. 

 

ASIA

 

O: 14FEB2019 08:00:45  28.1N   55.9E mb=4.2  EMSC   SOUTHERN IRAN                

P: 12FEB2019 113484    28.0N   54.0E 3.5-4.9 AABAA  So. Iran/Persian Gulf      

 

O: 15FEB2019 03:57:35  40.6N   77.5E mb=4.1  EMSC   SOUTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA     

P: 13FEB2019 113556    40.0N   77.0E 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Kirgizstan/Xinjiang        

 

O: 14FEB2019 18:24:30  52.6N  158.8E mb=4.5  EMSC   NEAR EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA 

P: 16FEB2019 113596    54.0N  158.0E 4.0-5.8 ABAAA  Kamchatka                  

 

O: 14FEB2019 12:35:30  54.9N  164.8E mb=4.7  EMSC   KOMANDORSKIYE OSTROVA REGION 

P: 12FEB2019 113597    55.0N  163.0E 4.0-5.9 AAAAA  Komandorsky Isl            

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Asia today.

 

INDONESIA AND PHILIPPINES

 

O: 15FEB2019 03:10:39   0.3S  122.6E ML=4.5  EMSC   SULAWESI, INDONESIA          

P: 19FEB2019 113440     2.0S  124.0E 4.0-5.4 BBBAA  Sulawesi area              

 

O: 15FEB2019 00:35:18   1.7S  133.5E ML=4.3  EMSC   PAPUA, INDONESIA             

P: 10FEB2019 113166     3.0S  134.0E 4.0-5.4 BBAAA  West Irian, PNG            

 

O: 14FEB2019 11:33:35   1.8N  127.1E ML=4.0  EMSC   HALMAHERA, INDONESIA         

P: 16FEB2019 113417     2.0N  126.0E 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  Mindanao, Philippines      

 

O: 15FEB2019 04:29:37   1.8S  151.0E mb=4.7  EMSC   NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.   

P: 18FEB2019 113429     4.0S  152.0E 4.0-5.6 BCAAA  New Britain                

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:48:03   2.4N  126.7E ML=4.1  EMSC   MOLUCCA SEA                  

P: 16FEB2019 113417     2.0N  126.0E 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  Mindanao, Philippines      

 

O: 15FEB2019 05:06:29   4.0S  128.7E mb=4.4  EMSC   SERAM, INDONESIA             

P: 18FEB2019 113421     6.0S  129.0E 4.0-5.4 BBAAA  Banda Sea                  

 

O: 14FEB2019 11:42:57   5.7S  127.9E ML=4.5  EMSC   BANDA SEA                    

P: 18FEB2019 113421     6.0S  129.0E 4.0-5.4 BAAAA  Banda Sea                  

P: 17FEB2019 113424     5.0S  126.0E 4.0-5.7 BABAA  Ceram area                 

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:54:55   5.7S  147.0E mb=4.5  EMSC   EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG., P.N.G

P: 16FEB2019 113431     7.0S  148.0E 4.0-5.6 ABAAA  New Ireland                

 

O: 14FEB2019 18:45:23   6.5S  132.1E ML=4.4  EMSC   KEP. TANIMBAR REGION, INDONESI

P: 14FEB2019 113443     5.0S  134.0E 4.0-5.4 ABBAA  West Irian, PNG            

 

O: 14FEB2019 18:55:42   9.1S  112.8E ML=4.0  EMSC   SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA     

P: 16FEB2019 113436     9.0S  113.0E 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  So. of Bali                

 

O: 15FEB2019 02:50:25   9.2S  123.7E mb=4.5  EMSC   TIMOR REGION, INDONESIA      

P: 16FEB2019 113426     8.0S  124.0E 4.0-5.5 ABAAA  Flores Island area          

 

O: 14FEB2019 11:57:12   9.8N  126.3E mb=4.7  EMSC   MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES        

O: 14FEB2019 21:24:21   9.8N  126.4E mb=4.8  EMSC   MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES        

P: 12FEB2019 113416     9.0N  127.0E 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Halmahera                  

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 4.7 in Northern Mindanao, Philippines was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Carrascal, Caraga, Philippines.

 

 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

 

O: 14FEB2019 06:24:46   0.7N   77.7W mb=4.8  EMSC   COLOMBIA-ECUADOR BORDER REGION

O: 14FEB2019 06:49:00   0.8N   77.9W ML=4.1  EMSC   COLOMBIA-ECUADOR BORDER REGION

P: 21FEB2019 113425     1.0S   78.0W 4.0-5.6 CBAAA  Ecuador                    

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 4.8 in Ecuador was felt with intensity IV in the area(s) of Ipiales, Nanno, Colombia.

 

O: 14FEB2019 21:09:47   5.7N   76.1W mb=4.5  EMSC   COLOMBIA                     

P: 18FEB2019 113411     5.0N   78.0W 4.0-5.4 BABAA  Colombia                   

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 4.5 in Colombia was felt with intensity IV in Sabaneta and Envigado, Antioquia, Colombia and II-III in the area(s) of Antioquia at La Estrella, Itagui, Retiro, Medellin, and Bella and in Cartago, Dos Quebradas and Pereira, Colombia.

 

O: 14FEB2019 13:42:46   3.2S   80.7W mb=4.7  EMSC   PERU-ECUADOR BORDER REGION   

P: 20FEB2019 113425     4.0S   80.0W 4.0-5.5 CAAAA  Ecuador                    

 

O: 14FEB2019 14:33:16  12.1S   74.2W Mw=5.4  EMSC   CENTRAL PERU                 

P: 13FEB2019 113629    11.0S   74.0W 4.0-5.6 ABAAA  Central Peru               

 

O: 14FEB2019 10:25:00   8.7S   74.5W ML=4.0  EMSC   CENTRAL PERU                 

P: 12FEB2019 113422     8.0S   74.0W 3.5-5.4 AAAAA  Brazil                     

 

O: 14FEB2019 10:48:35  15.7N   93.5W ML=4.1  EMSC   OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO     

P: 13FEB2019 113451    16.0N   92.0W 3.5-5.5 AABAA  Guatemala                  

 

O: 14FEB2019 22:42:29  15.8N   95.1W ML=4.0  EMSC   OFFSHORE OAXACA, MEXICO      

P: 13FEB2019 113464    15.0N   96.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O: 14FEB2019 16:10:47  16.8N   95.1W ML=4.0  EMSC   OAXACA, MEXICO               

P: 15FEB2019 113447    17.0N   94.0W 3.5-5.2 AAAAA  Chiapas, Mexico            

 

O: 14FEB2019 14:43:46  18.2N   68.4W Md=3.1  EMSC   MONA PASSAGE, DOMINICAN REPUBL

P: 15FEB2019 113467    19.0N   68.0W 3.4-5.1 AAAAA  Puerto Rico                

 

O: 14FEB2019 08:33:01  19.0N   67.6W Md=3.2  EMSC   PUERTO RICO REGION           

P: 13FEB2019 113466    19.0N   67.0W 3.4-5.1 AAAAA  Puerto Rico                

 

O: 14FEB2019 09:38:41  19.5N   64.8W Md=3.1  EMSC   VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION        

P: 14FEB2019 113471    20.0N   64.0W 3.0-4.7 AAAAA  Bahamas/No. Caribbean      

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:14:55  19.6N  104.6W ML=4.0  EMSC   JALISCO, MEXICO              

P: 14FEB2019 113459    19.0N  104.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Michoacan, Mexico          

 

O: 14FEB2019 09:54:42  21.2S   68.2W Mw=4.5  EMSC   POTOSI, BOLIVIA              

P: 12FEB2019 113650    21.0S   69.0W 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  Coast No. Chile            

 

O: 14FEB2019 09:47:31  22.1S   69.0W ML=4.0  EMSC   ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE           

P: 15FEB2019 113650    23.0S   69.0W 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Coast No. Chile            

 

O: 14FEB2019 20:15:16  23.8S   67.5W ML=4.1  EMSC   ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE           

P: 15FEB2019 113648    24.0S   68.0W 4.0-5.6 AAAAA  Argentina                  

 

O: 14FEB2019 10:52:33  27.4N  111.5W ML=3.6  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 11:07:22  27.7N  111.8W ML=4.2  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 10:46:42  27.8N  111.8W ML=4.0  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

O: 14FEB2019 10:49:49  27.8N  111.9W ML=4.0  EMSC   GULF OF CALIFORNIA           

P: 17FEB2019 113474    28.0N  112.0W 3.5-4.9 AAAAA  Gulf of California         

 

 

AFRICA AND EUROPE

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:43:32  51.2N    0.3W ML=2.4  EMSC   ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM      

P: 18FEB2019 113608    51.0N    3.0W 3.0-4.5 BABAA  United Kingdom             

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Europe today.

 

SOUTHWEST PACIFIC

 

O: 15FEB2019 03:47:29  18.1S  178.1W mb=4.8  EMSC   FIJI REGION                  

P: 17FEB2019 113643    19.0S  178.0W 4.0-5.8 AAAAA  Tonga Islands              

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in the Southwest Pacific region today.

 

OCEAN RIDGES

 

O: 14FEB2019 20:43:31  35.3N   36.1W mb=5.0  EMSC   NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE  

O: 14FEB2019 20:43:32  35.4N   35.9W mb=5.0  ANSS   Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge"

O: 14FEB2019 19:57:05  35.4N   36.1W mw=6.2  ANSS   Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge"

O: 14FEB2019 19:57:06  35.4N   36.3W Mw=6.1  EMSC   NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE  

P: 13FEB2019 113516    38.0N   32.0W 4.0-5.7 ACCAA  No. Mid-Atlantic Ridge     

 

O: 15FEB2019 02:56:16  55.2S   31.7W mb=4.9  EMSC   SOUTH GEORGIA ISLAND REGION  

P:  7FEB2019 113403    56.0S   29.0W 4.0-5.8 CABAA  So. Sandwich Islands       

 

 

ZEALANDIA AND AUSTRALIA REGION

 

No earthquakes of M>=4 were recorded in the regions of Zealandia or Australia

today. GeoNet did not report any felt events in the area.

 

JAPAN AND KURIL ISLANDS

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:25:20  44.6N  145.7E mb=4.1  EMSC   HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION       

P: 18FEB2019 113578    45.0N  146.0E 3.5-5.4 BAAAA  So. Kurils                 

 

O: 14FEB2019 07:18:50  45.7N  150.3E mb=4.9  EMSC   KURIL ISLANDS                 

O: 14FEB2019 18:53:15  45.7N  151.1E mb=4.6  EMSC   KURIL ISLANDS                

P: 12FEB2019 113579    45.0N  152.0E 3.5-5.9 AAAAA  So. Kurils                 

 

U.S./CANADA*

 

WESTERN U.S./CANADA

 

CALIFORNIA

 

O: 14FEB2019 10:07:08  31.9N  115.9W Ml=3.1  EMSC   BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO      

P: 19FEB2019 113527    32.4N  115.8W 2.5-4.7 BAAAA  So. California             

 

O: 14FEB2019 14:27:17  33.5N  116.8W Ml=2.2  EMSC   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA          

P: 15FEB2019 113528    33.4N  116.7W 2.5-4.5 AAAAA  So. California             

 

O: 14FEB2019 17:21:09  36.3N  120.9W Md=2.1  EMSC   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA           

P: 14FEB2019 113496    36.2N  120.8W 2.5-4.6 AAAAA  Central California         

 

O: 15FEB2019 03:03:29  36.7N  121.3W Md=2.8  EMSC   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA           

P: 18FEB2019 113497    36.4N  121.0W 2.5-4.6 BAAAA  Central California         

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.8 in Central California was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of California at Monterey, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Aptos, Santa Cruz, Burlingame and San Rafael.

 

O: 15FEB2019 01:23:30  37.6N  118.8W Md=2.1  EMSC   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA           

P: 15FEB2019 113493    37.8N  118.2W 2.5-4.6 AAAAA  California/Nevada area     

 

O: 14FEB2019 17:43:41  38.8N  122.8W Md=2.2  EMSC   NORTHERN CALIFORNIA          

O: 14FEB2019 11:19:40  38.8N  122.8W Md=2.3  EMSC   NORTHERN CALIFORNIA          

O: 15FEB2019 02:28:40  38.8N  122.8W Md=2.7  EMSC   NORTHERN CALIFORNIA          

O: 15FEB2019 00:37:20  38.8N  122.8W Md=2.8  EMSC   NORTHERN CALIFORNIA          

O: 15FEB2019 03:59:58  38.9N  122.8W MD=2.2  EMSC   NORTHERN CALIFORNIA          

P: 16FEB2019 113499    38.7N  122.7W 2.5-4.6 AAAAA  Central California         

 

ALASKA

 

O: 14FEB2019 13:01:46  51.8N  174.1W mb=4.1  EMSC   ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS

P: 12FEB2019 113588    51.7N  175.3W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Andreanoff Isls, Aleutians 

 

PACIFIC NORTHWESTERN U.S./WESTERN CANADA

 

O: 15FEB2019 03:48:45  47.3N  123.2W ML=2.8  EMSC   OLYMPIC PENINSULA, WASHINGTON

P: 17FEB2019 113583    48.4N  123.2W 2.0-4.1 ABAAA  Washington state, U.S.     

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.8 in Washington  was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Astoria, Oregon.

 

O: 14FEB2019 04:43:51  50.6N  130.2W ML=3.7  NRCA  195 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 00:54:39  50.5N  130.4W ML=4.3  NRCA  212 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 00:34:40  50.5N  130.3W ML=5.1  NRCA  203 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 13FEB2019 22:53:55  50.5N  130.3W ML=4.4  NRCA  207 km W   of Pt. Hardy

O: 14FEB2019 12:29:20  50.5N  130.4W ML=3.5  NRCA  209 km W   of Pt. Hardy       

P: 13FEB2019 113591    50.6N  130.5W 3.0-5.0 AAAAA  British Colombia           

 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS REGION

 

O: 15FEB2019 00:10:56  44.6N  114.3W Ml=2.1  EMSC   SOUTHERN IDAHO                

O: 14FEB2019 23:28:35  44.6N  114.4W ML=2.6  EMSC   SOUTHERN IDAHO               

P: 12FEB2019 113559    44.4N  114.1W 2.0-3.9 AAAAA  Montana/Idaho              

 

O: 14FEB2019 20:57:08  38.9N  111.4W Ml=2.0  EMSC   UTAH                         

P: 12FEB2019 113544    38.7N  112.5W 2.0-3.9 AAAAA  Utah area                  

 

EASTERN U.S./CANADA

 

O: 14FEB2019 06:25:08  36.4N   96.9W mb=2.6  EMSC   OKLAHOMA                     

P: 15FEB2019 113538    35.0N   97.0W 2.0-4.1 AAAAA  Southeast U.S.              

 

O: 14FEB2019 00:53:35  52.9N   80.2W ML=2.2  NRCA  James Bay                     

P: 12FEB2019 113571    49.0N   81.0W 2.0-4.2 ACAAA  Ohio/Lake Erie             

 

O: 13FEB2019 19:29:44  43.5N   78.2W ML=2.6  NRCA  Southern Lake Ontario.        

P:  9FEB2019 113303    42.0N   80.0W 2.0-4.0 BBBAA  Ohio/Lake Erie             

 

HAWAII

 

No earthquakes of M>=3 were located in Hawaii.