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Earthquake M 5.8 - WESTERN MONTANA - Signs before Yellowstone Eruption? UPDATE 2 more 4.4M today

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Very unusual location for a quake that size............

USGS probable downgraded it as Dutch said.............Yikes !

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2 hours ago, Alluvial said:

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=603488

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10009757#executive

 Happened just a few minutes ago.

Possible there could be an eruption in the near future?

Edit: According to dutchsinse this earthquake should be upgraded to 6.5, some stations coming in mid 6's and low 7's.

 

Massive lightning strikes were filmed hitting it directly.  I already sent the video in here

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45 minutes ago, 2QIK4U said:

Massive lightning strikes were filmed hitting it directly.  I already sent the video in here

Here it is:

 

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Well that was one effed up night let me tell ya.  Just about 12:30am on the dot.  Decent aftershock followed within about 5 minutes.  1:30am I was just getting myself talked into standing down for the night and a smaller one hits.  We've had several quakes since I moved back here (1999) but this one was different.  They seemed to be very long frequency waves if you know what I mean.  We have some curio cabinets on hardwood floors and nothing moved, no tinkling of little glass knick knack thingies.  Odd because the waves themselves were very powerful, you could just feel the raw power.  Earthquakes used to be a neat oddity for me.  I must be getting old 'cause I don't need this sheeit in my life.  Don't know how you peeps in Cali handle it.  We've got a full moon coming Saturday, I wonder......

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