LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A light but shallow California earthquake today 2013 has struck Cobb and Santa Rosa. The Northern California earthquake today Saturday, January 05, 2013 began shortly after 4:35 AM PST, officials tell news. But it posted virtually no depth.
USGS indicates to news that a 2.6 magnitude quake struck Northern California today. The quake, however, erupted only one mile below the earth’s surface. As a result, the quake could be felt across the region.
Officials tell news that the Northern California quake today began three miles from The Geysers, six miles form Cobb and eight mils from Anderson Springs. The quake could also be felt in Cloverdale, roughly eleven miles from the epicenter, and in Santa Rosa, twenty-eight miles away. The quake was seventy six miles west of Sacrematento0.
Earlier today, however, another quake erupted outside Los Angeles. Officials tell news that shortly after 1:59 am PST a 3.3 magnitude quake struck Southern California. The quake was only two miles below the earth’s surface.
USGS indicates to news the quake was four miles north of Anza, ten miles south of Idyllwild, sixteen miles south of Palm Springs, and sixty-four miles north of San Diego. Mapping reveals that the quake was east of Temecula, west of Indio. The quake was alos south of Fontana north of Poway, and east of Mission Viejo.