A 3.4 magnitude earthquake struck the Washington coast near Ocean Shores early Tuesday morning. According to MyNorthwest’s Earthquake Tracker, the quake struck around 4:11 a.m. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network reports that it occurred four miles east of Copalis Beach, near Grays Harbor, at a depth of a little more than 21 miles.
User from WA: Inslee will probably find a tax in this Lol
The Unindicted Coconspirator: Mt Rainier is gonna give Seattle a much needed enema.
Michael Eugene: The big one is coming-- probably sooner than later!! I'd move if I were you! This is the one that will stretch from L.A. to Vancouver B.C..
Amy Bork: hopefully Inslee will fall into the abiss.
Bridget Schrader: My husband is in charge of emergency communications for the state and national guard for the Cascadia training exercises in the Pacific Northwest. They're using resources from Canada, Europe, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, etc. They are preparing now.