Still Rocking On the Philippine Plate; 6.3 Temblor Too Far Away to Be Felt on Guam


Guam – It rumbled again out there on the Philippine plate early Thursday morning. A 6.3 temblor was recorded at 2:28 am.

It occured about 235 miles west south-west of Guam at a depth of just over six miles. It was too far away to be felt on Guam.

Read the USGS report of this morning’s quake

The location however is out in the same area where a series of  25 quakes and after shocks were measured last weekend. Three of those shakers measured  greater than 6.0 in magnitude.