My previous post was typed very late last night and pasted to this blog this morning. In saying this – after I had posted part 1, I noticed that the region between Antarctica and the southern end of the African continent had experienced an M4.6 on Prince Edward Island region. I had felt that this region may experience some movement.
I also noticed that the NW region of China has had an M 4.7 – Northern Xingjiang, which a little north of where I felt one maybe.
The Alaskan mainland/Peninsula has experienced numerous tremors, some of a reasonable magnitude. The Aleutians have also been dotted with a couple of M2+’s. There was quite a flurry of activity there ‘overnight’. I feel that the Alaskan mainland and the Peninsula/Aleutians may experience, not only some more smaller rumbles, but possible M3+’s again in the next 48 hours.
The Kuril Islands and the Japanese Islands may pop up with M3+’s??
Canada (eastern region – near Quebec city) has experienced an M3.8. There could be a further tremor either just north-west of there or more towards Montreal.
The North Atlantic Ridge may show some movement too.
Madagascar or east of such may experience an M3+.
Australia, at the point of typing this post, has been on the quiet side. Though there has been a very faint, almost unnoticable 'rumble' in the outer east of Melbourne/south.