Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.6 Earthquake hits near the coast of southern Peru.

5.5 Earthquake hits offshore Coquimbo, Chile.

5.3 Earthquake hits the South Sandwich Islands.

5.1 Earthquake hits Kepulauan Tanimbar, Indonesia.

5.0 Earthquake hits Kepulauan Tanimbar, Indonesia.

5.0 Earthquake hits Catamarca, Argentina.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Kermedec Islands.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

7.4 Earthquake hits the Komandorskiye Ostrova region, Russia.

6.6 Earthquake hits near the coast of southern Peru.

6.6 Earthquake hits the Komandorskiye Ostrova region, Russia.

5.6 Earthquake hits the Near Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

5.3 Earthquake hits the Komandorskiye Ostrova region, Russia.

Three 5.2 Earthquakes hit the Komandorskiye Ostrova region, Russia.

5.2 Earthquake hits the Near Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

Two 5.1 Earthquakes hit the Near Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

Two 5.1 Earthquakes hit the Komandorskiye Ostrova region, Russia.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.7 Earthquake hits southern Peru.

5.3 Earthquake hits the Mid-Indian ridge.

5.0 Earthquake hits southeast of Easter Island.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Fox Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

5.0 Earthquake hits eastern Honshu, Japan.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Nias region, Indonesia.

Yellowstone earthquake swarm slowing, but ongoing

Almost 770 earthquakes have been recorded in Yellowstone Park over the past two weeks — more than normal but not a sign of volcanic activity, scientists say. The swarm, which began June 12, is ongoing, though the frequency of earthquakes has slowed down a bit. Typical swarms comprise 10 to 50 quakes. So far, five quakes have measured in the magnitude 3 range and 64 in the magnitude 2 range. The other 699 have been measured at magnitude 1 or less. It seems like the quakes are tectonic in origin, there is no volcanic signature to any of the events.

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Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.4 Earthquake hits central Peru.

5.2 Earthquake hits off the coast of Guerrero, Mexico.

5.1 Earthquake hits south of Fiji.

5.1 Earthquake hits Salta, Argentina.

5.1 Earthquake hits the South Sandwich Islands.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Dodecanese Islands, Greece.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Loyalty Islands.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.2 Earthquake hits the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

5.1 Earthquake hits near the coast of southern Peru.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Hindu Kush, Afghanistan.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Fox Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

5.0 Earthquake hits south of the Kermedec Islands.

5.0 Earthquake hits Tonga.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.3 Earthquake hits central Peru.

5.3 Earthquake hits the South Sandwich Islands.

5.2 Earthquake hits Krygyzstan.

5.1 Earthquake hits Tajikistan.

5.1 Earthquake hits near the coast of southern Peru.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Caucasus, Russia.

5.0 Earthquake hits eastern Sichuan, China.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.2 Earthquake hits southern Peru.

5.2 Earthquake hits the Kermedec Islands.

5.1 Earthquake hits Hokkaido, Japan.

5.1 Earthquake hits the northern east Pacific rise.

5.1 Earthquake hits offshore Tarapaca, Chile.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Nias region, Indonesia.

5.0 Earthquake hits New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

Earthquakes

Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

6.0 Earthquake hits northern Peru.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, though the quake could be felt strongly as far away as Colombia and Ecuador.

6.0 Earthquake hits Fiji.

5.1 Earthquake hits North Island, New Zealand.

5.0 Earthquake hits northern Peru.

Storms and Floods

Tropical Storms – Roundup of Tropical Storms:

There are no current tropical storms.

NewsBytes:

Singapore – Flash floods blanketed several parts of Singapore on Tuesday afternoon, with water submerging vehicles up to mid-tyre level.

Peru – The death toll from flooding and mudslides plaguing Peru since the start of the year has risen to 113 people, including five killed last weekend, officials have said. The natural disasters, which scientists blame on a climate phenomenon called “coastal El Nino,” have also left more than 178,000 people homeless, the National Centre for Emergency Operations said in its latest update yesterday. Another one million people’s homes have been partly damaged, and more than 2,500 kilometres of roads have been destroyed.