Saturday, April 10, 2010

April 10th Places with EQ clouds

Some pictures from today.

Gosh, I have to say there some areas that look like they are going to get hammered at some point with a quake.

California - clouds staying away from the land.

The North East - Looks like WOW - Big time vibrations - my prediction for that area is going to go up in mag if clouds like these stay around.

Virgin Islands - notice large area of no clouds at all - straight lines around it. they had a 4.6 today - these are yesterday's clouds

Canary Islands - I have been saying 3+ but with the clouds now - I am upping it to 4+

Portugal - Spain - 5+ - possibly offshore

UPDATE 4/11/10
Location37.078°N, 3.470°W
Depth616.7 km (383.2 miles)
Distances25 km (15 miles) SE of Granada, Spain
95 km (60 miles) ENE of Malaga, Spain
95 km (60 miles) WNW of Almeria, Spain
370 km (230 miles) S of MADRID, Spain
Location Uncertaintyhorizontal +/- 5.2 km (3.2 miles); depth +/- 4.6 km (2.9 miles)
ParametersNST=251, Nph=270, Dmin=285 km, Rmss=0.91 sec, Gp= 40°,
M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=6
Event IDus2010uycs

Look at these clouds over England!! WOW - what is up with that? Will there be something 5+ by it or on it?

New Zealand - My prediction still stands - I think a 7+ is coming from there - especially now that Australia is showing EQ clouds over the S.E. -

Australia - Tasmania - Big Time EQ clouds - either they are from N.Z. movement or Aussie will be getting a 4+ around the area

S. Japan - still stands 7+ any day now - from the area


Turkey, Armenia and Iran - that area looks like it is going to get slammed soon with a quake 6+ - whole area shows it - so not sure what country.

UPDATE 4/12/10

Magnitude ML 4.5

Date time 2010-04-12 at 11:56:33.2 UTC
Location 34.99 N ; 58.63 E
Depth 2 km
Distances 62 km SW Torbat-e h'eydariyeh (pop 125,633 ; local time 15:26 2010-04-12)
26 km SE Kashmar (pop 96,151 ; local time 15:26 2010-04-12)

East Coast of India - in vicinity of Sumatra (above) odd hole there

New Place - South Africa - looks interesting - will keep watching it

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