LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Seattle, Washington neighboring earthquake today 2012 erupted in the predawn morning hours. The Seattle, Washington earthquake today Monday, December 24, 2012 began roughly thirty minutes ago and was centered near Bangor Trident Base. No damage has yet to be detailed by local news.
A light but shallow earthquake erupted in the Seattle area Monday. Officials tell news that shortly after 3:54 am PST today a 2.4 magnitude earthquake struck the region. The quake, however, had a nominal depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake began only fifteen miles below ground level.
Officials report to news that the quake was two miles southeast of Poulsbo. The quake was also three miles west of Suquamish. USGS indicates to news that the quake was four miles east of Bangor Trident Base and fourteen miles west of Seattle. Mapping reveals the quake was west of Redmond and Bellevue. The quake was south of Mt Vernon and Everett, but north of Tacoma and Lakewood.
In November a Washington quake erupted west of Republic, Kettle Falls and Colville. It was also south of Tonasket and north of Quincy.
In September, another quake began eleven miles northwest of Quincy and thirteen miles east of East Wenatchee Bench. Officials reported that the quake was sixteen miles east of Wenatchee. USGS indicated to news that the quake’s epicenter was roughly one hundred miles east of Seattle and Bellevue.