Mount Saint Helens volcano has been struck by a M2.9 (M3.0) earthquake.
In the past 24 hours, the whole West coast has moved from South to North, from the border of California / Mexico @ Salton Sea Volcanic buttes, all the way North to Mount Saint Helens volcano in Washington State.
Worthy to note, both sides of this movement along the West coast to the North and South are locations which are volcanic in nature.
Starting in the North… a M2.9 (M3.0) just struck along the base / flank of Mt. Saint Helens volcano in Washington State.
Move all the way to the South at the California / Mexico border, and we find that a M2.8 (M2.5 revised) earthquake struck at Salton Sea Volcanic buttes, and another M2.8 struck near Cerro Prieto Volcano in Baja across the border.
Salton Sea was elevated to “active” status a few years ago, the same year sulfuric smells were reported to come from the location. See the video report on Salton Sea here:
Cerro Prieto Volcano:
Salton Sea Volcano/ Southern California:
Overall, this new round of movement occurring over just 1 days time means we need to seriously be on watch off the coast over the next few days for a possible larger event to strike.
Gorda Escarpment North to Vancouver Island BC, be on watch, just in case.
Article Source: dutchsinse.com (Michael Janitch)