A noteworthy magnitude 5.8 earthquake has struck off the shores of Oregon along the West coast of the United States.
This earthquake was forecast to occur this week, forecast issued 2 days ago.
This area was warned for larger earthquake activity to strike off the shores of Oregon in the Pacific Northwest on May 29th.
Now a 5.8M hits off the shores of Oregon in the Pacific Northwest on June 1,2015.
See the earthquake forecast for Oregon here: (talking about Oregon coast at approximately 15 minutes into this video)
Within the past 24 hours, we saw two West coast earthquakes which led up to this movement near the coast or Oregon.
First, a 4.1M earthquake struck near Salton Sea butte Volcanoes, and a 2nd 3.2M earthquake struck near the Markagunt Volcanic plateau in Oregon.
Now this 5.8M earthquake off the coast of Oregon occurred very close to the newly erupting undersea volcano along the Axial Seamount.
This 5.8M earthquake is proof that the warning signs for a coming large earthquake show up 1-2 days before the noteworthy movement on the West coast occurs.
The “signs” of West coast movement are smaller swarms of earthquakes occurring at dormant volcanoes up the West coast BEFORE a large earthquake hits.
This has now happened multiple times, seeing dormant volcanoes move BEFORE a large earthquake hits the West coast.
Information on this earthquake from the USGS: