Three earthquakes recently occurred in the CNMI, the first being a 4.7-magnitude earthquake centered at 7 miles north-northeast of Farallon de Pajaros last Monday, the second a 4.9-magnitude earthquake centered 27 kilometers south of Pagan last Wednesday, and the last a 5.1-magnitude earthquake centered 73 kilometers east of Anatahan yesterday.
According to CNMI Homeland Security & Emergency Management’s Emergency Operations Center report, 4.6-magnitude earthquake also occurred north-northwest of Dededo Village in Guam last Wednesday.
EOC reports that the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center did not issue any tsunami warnings or advisories for these earthquakes.
The week prior, EOC reported two earthquakes that occurred in the CNMI. The first was a 4.9-magnitude earthquake centered at 254 kilometers northwest of Farallon de Pajaros last Oct. 1 and the second was a 4-magnitude earthquake located 132 northeast of Agrihan last Oct. 3.
For more information, contact the CNMI EOC State Warning Point at (670) 237-8000. The EOC Warning Point also states possible area advisories for military trainings happening on other islands in the CNMI, and special weather and marine advisories for the CNMI.