Thursday, January 10, 2013

M3.0 - 40km SSE of Caliente, NV 2013-01-09/ **Severe Weather Alert**

BREAKING ALERT:

M3.0 - 40km SSE of Caliente, Nevada 2013-01-09 13:50:47 UTC

 

Latest Event

Notable Earthquakes

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Announcements

December, 20
Swarm of Earthquakes Near Scotty Junction; Dec 20 - 11 PM PST

October, 18
ShakeOut Participation Exceeds 516,000 in Nevada

October, 13
As of 7:45PM Tues. Oct. 17: Sequence of ~150 Small Earthquakes in Northern Spanish Springs Valley - Largest event Magnitude 1.0

 

Summary

Location and Magnitude contributed by: Nevada Seismological Laboratory

General

50 km
50 mi
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Nevada
37.273°N, 114.363°W
Depth: 5.8km (3.6mi)

Event Time

  1. 2013-01-09 13:50:47 UTC
  2. 2013-01-09 05:50:47 UTC-08:00 at epicenter
  3. 2013-01-09 07:50:47 UTC-06:00 system time

Location

37.273°N 114.363°W depth=5.8km (3.6mi)

Nearby Cities

  1. 40km (25mi) SSE of Caliente, Nevada
  2. 57km (35mi) NNW of Mesquite, Nevada
  3. 71km (44mi) WNW of Saint George, Utah
  4. 77km (48mi) WNW of Washington, Utah
  5. 442km (275mi) SSW of Salt Lake City, Utah

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nn00399130#summary


Severe Weather Threat in Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas

 Severe Threat


News

Severe Weather Threat in Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas

Published: Jan 10, 2013, 5:39 AM EST weather.com

Severe Threat

Severe Threat

While heavy rainfall will be the primary threat, a few severe thunderstorms are possible Thursday in the Lower Mississippi Valley.

A brief damaging wind gust and, perhaps, a rain-wrapped tornado embedded in the line of thunderstorms is possible as it marches only slowly eastward.
(MORE:  TOR:CON tornado risk forecasts)
Background

Record Streak

Record Streak
Interestingly, we have now broken a "good" tornado record.  The last tornado-related fatality in the U.S. was from Tropical Storm Debby on June 24 in Venus, Fla.
It's been 199 straight days without a single U.S. tornado death, which beats the old record streak from 1986 and 1987.

This is despite a 61-mile long tornado with up to EF3 damage on Christmas Day in southern Mississippi, not to mention over two dozen other tornadoes that touched down during that outbreak.
(MORE:  Christmas tornadoes)

We have all the maps you need to track severe weather below, including watches and warnings, and radar.

We also have links to see what your typical climatological tornado risk is, as well as links to our iWitness photo/video galleries and our Notify! severe alerts service.
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Severe Alerts

Severe Alerts

Active Watches and Warnings

See the latest watches and warnings across the nation using our clickable severe weather alerts map.
Regional alert zooms:
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Background

Current Radar

Current Radar

Track the Storms in Your Area

Track the severe thunderstorms using our interactive radar map.
You can also see how much rain has fallen by clicking on the 24-hour rainfall interactive map.

 
 
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