Minor mag. 2.1 earthquake - 17km NE of Midpines, CA, on Wednesday, Jun 29, 2022 at 12:16 am (GMT -7) -
Minor magnitude 2.1 earthquake at 24 km depth
29 Jun 07:34 UTC: First to report: USGS after 18 minutes.
|Date & time||Jun 29, 2022 07:16:52 UTC -|
|Local time at epicenter||Wednesday, Jun 29, 2022 at 12:16 am (GMT -7)|
|Epicenter latitude / longitude||37.6425°N / 119.76817°W (California, United States)|
|Antipode||37.643°S / 60.232°E|
|Shaking intensity||Not felt|
|Primary data source||USGS (United States Geological Survey)|
|Nearest volcano||Mammoth Mountain (65 km / 40 mi)|
|Nearby towns and cities||4 km (2 mi) SSE of El Portal (pop: 474) | Show on map | Quakes nearby|
20 km (12 mi) SW of Yosemite Valley (pop: 1,040) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
25 km (15 mi) NE of Mariposa (pop: 2,170) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
37 km (23 mi) NNW of Oakhurst (pop: 2,830) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
72 km (45 mi) NE of Chowchilla (Madera County) (pop: 18,500) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
74 km (46 mi) ENE of Merced (pop: 82,400) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
81 km (50 mi) ENE of Atwater (pop: 29,200) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
89 km (55 mi) ENE of Livingston (pop: 13,900) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
|Weather at epicenter at time of quake||Clear Sky 17°C (63 F), humidity: 23%, wind: 4 m/s (7 kts) from ENE|
|Estimated seismic energy released||8.9 x 107 joules (24.8 kilowatt hours) | about seismic energy|
Data for the same earthquake reported by different agencies
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|2.1||24 km||17km NE of Midpines, CA||USGS|
|2.1||24 km||CENTRAL CALIFORNIA||EMSC|
|2.1||24 km||Central California||RaspberryShake|
User reports for this quakeAt magnitude 2.1, such a quake wouldn't normally be felt by people except under very favorable conditions.
User reports estimate the perceived ground shaking intensity according to the MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) scale.