Monday, December 26, 2016

Super Typhoon Nock-Ten Made Landfall at Philippines on Christmas!!! Going To Mean a New Alert For Peru. . . While There's Still an Active Earthquake Prediction For Peru Already!!!

With the biggest winds associated with that big storm as high as 155 mph with gusts up to 190 Mile Per Hour, this big windstorm is going to become responsible for a lot of big Major Earthquakes in the coming days now! Of course I'm talking about that landfall of Super Typhoon Nock-Ten at Philippines about the time Santa was arriving across the U.S. and now looks like some major shakers might first be expected to strike a couple of island regions out there in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. I'm presently looking at Kiribati and French Marquise Island or Islands there. Could be that both of those Island Nation sort of places could all be a whole series of Islands so due to the nature of so big an alert for earthquake as this one, let's just say both places and not worry about how many islands we're actually talking about. The line continues on, AGAIN. . . to Peru!!! Note that I'm right now going to move on, but this next paragraph is talking about the now "Already Existing" Prediction for Peru and there is no prediction for todays new Peru alert:

Although note a previous discussion about Peru in last weeks "Earthquake Minute" was before this new landfall and now probably part of TWO Major Alerts for Peru!!! CLICK Arrow: See The Peru Prediction "Earthquake Minute" Video at YouTube@ And The Transcript is @

Just noticed this shaking going on up in Alaska, although no present alert for them, they ARE situated along the Pacific Tectonic Plate and could get some of all the shaking going on along there:

2.8 70km E of Cape Yakataga, Alaska 2016-12-27 00:26
1.8 73km E of Cape Yakataga, Alaska 2016-12-27 00:21
2.3 73km E of Cape Yakataga, Alaska 2016-12-27 00:03
4.0 75km E of Cape Yakataga, Alaska 2016-12-26 23:59

Now let's see. . . the other subject that I was wanting to cover in todays EQ Blog dealt with those Severe Winter Conditions that had recently overtaken much of the country, but since it was upwards of about 48 degrees around my part of the country on Monday, I'll skip over that for at least right now and send this edition to press! Then, I'll try to check on whom else also might have gotten those temps and have an update. If too many of us have been having too warm of temperatures for too long, it could be a factor in some of that shaking we're watching for because it's happened before that I've had to say snow that is melting and running down the river does not count towards potential earthquake energy if you know what I mean. EQ Guy

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