Friday, August 24, 2012

Hurricane Issac making landfall at Haiti

The latest measure of windspeed as Tropical Storm Issac crosses Haiti is 70mph. T.S. Issac is moving NorthWest at 14mph and this looks like enough new earthquake energy that something could now very well shake up along our East Coast. I also found that Colorado got a 4.2 Richters earthquake at this time last year when Hurricane Irene made landfall at Puerto Rico on August 22, 2011 and I wrote "New Earthquake Energy" in my EQ Blog and the Richmond earthquake of 5 Richters struck the next day. Now I want to say again that this big windstorm is striking Haiti and from a slightly different angle and heading a slightly different direction. So we should continue to immediately watch Richmond, VA again. . . and most of the U.S. down the road, but I will have those updates of course. This big windstorm could yet make a landfall at the continental U.S. and could go on to affect our West Coast with earthquake energy! Be Prepared!!! EQ Guy

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