Yesterday i read a 4.5 hit one Califirnia town and today a 6.5 hit another close by and theres a possibility of another. Anyone in California know if its common to have that many in a row nearby or they usually farther apart. Just wondering with all the news on earthquakes last two days. Not even sure if 6.5 is bad or not ;never felt one.
I live in Cali and you can't tell when an earthquake is going to hit. they can be close together or far apart...can never tell I'm afraid
I read on Google 6.5 in Northern Cali up by the Oregon border maybe I should watch the news more.
Ferndale and... forgot the other but sounds like never can tell.. thought maybe something crazy was happening but i .. guess not ... guess its just common stuff for you guys.
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