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Earth Daily | LIVE Weather, Earthquakes, Volcanoes with Alexandro Botelho 7/12/21

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hello everyone and good morning welcome to earth daily 4 july 12th my name is alessandra patella and today we’ll be looking at all of the weather across the united states as well as the earthquake and volcanic activity happening around the world so we’ve got three greek segments ready for you today i’m go ahead and get started with the first and that’ll be the weather in the united states and i’ll be right back [Music] good morning everyone and welcome to weather daily for july 12th my name is alessandra patel and today we’ll be looking at all the weather going forward for the day for the united states and to do that we’re here at venchusguide.com which is a freely available weather application you can find it linked down below in the video description so if at any point you’d like to find out more information about your particular locale or see what’s happening around the world you can do so there on the left hand side is our weather feature list we’ll be covering that in this video and over on the right hand side is the color-coded meter that corresponds to all the different colors on the map currently we’re looking at our temperature map so we’ll go ahead and begin over on the east coast where the sun is just peaking up above the horizon now we’ve got around 60 degrees there in the northernmost states and getting a little warmer as we come down south especially right there in the coastal regions actually getting up to the mid 70s but inland more like high 60s low six low 70s down into the southeastern states you’ve got low 70s here as well as florida low to mid 70s there and over into around the coast of texas high 70s there cooling off a little bit in central and northern texas down to the low 70s and really all throughout these eastern states from texas up to the great lake region high 60s low 70s and then in northern miss michigan and wisconsin temperatures in the high 50s little patch of warmth rising through the dakotas as well as eastern montana and northern minnesota temperatures there getting into the mid to high 60s and throughout the rest of central united states high 50s today so it definitely has cooled off a little bit recently now moving into the rocky mountains over there in eastern colorado so 60 degrees there and the west about 60 as well but in the mountains 40 degrees so still nice and cool in the early morning and then throughout wyoming and the northern portion of the state high 60s down to the south dropping down into the high 50s low 60s in western montana mid to high 50s there and then on the border of washington and idaho you’ve got temperatures in the mid 60s all the way up to 70 degrees there in eastern washington southern idaho getting around in the mid 60s for the most part and central dropping down to about low to mid 50s there more towards the coast of washington oregon you’ve got temperatures in the mid 50s central oregon 60 degrees and over in the southwest getting into the 70s and then down into nevada so low 70s to mid 70s there in the northwest throughout the state on average high 60s in northern california you’ve got around 50 to 60 degrees warming up to 70 degrees right there in the central northern portion and then down central california into the valley getting into the 70s high 70s right there all the way up into the 80s little patch there southern california as well as southwestern arizona and southern nevada temperatures there on average high 80s to low 90s you even got a little spot right there on that northern wow that’s a pretty amazing so on that california nevada border that is 100 degrees and it is only 4 a.m so there is a lot going on in the western states right now but definitely going to be another hot day throughout central california down there in the south as well as southwestern arizona and southern nevada but very interesting first time i have seen a temperature at this time of the day over 100 degrees that is really amazing so going to be getting well over 110 degrees in many areas here in this region of all this darker red but in that particular spot i’m very likely to see over 120 maybe even hotter later today all right now all of our precipitation starting over on the east coast we’ve got a big band of rain right there in eastern new york through southern vermont and new hampshire getting around three quarters of an inch of rain in a three-hour period so pretty heavy rain and not particularly fast moving the winds really this came right off the coast so they’re actually kind of moving up to the northeast pushing inland and so this is likely just going to be slowly moving north through the northeastern states so up there in the northern half of new york as well as vermont new hampshire and then up into maine so very likely going to be getting some rain in maine later on today and actually quite a lot of it and then down in the gulf coast area we’ve got a little bit of lighter rain light to moderate rain so at the very most we’re getting around a quarter of an inch of rain in these areas where you’ve got the yellow there all throughout actually western texas central texas eastern texas into louisiana mississippi up through alabama so a big band of rain right there with some early morning thunderstorms then it starts thinning out in northern alabama up into tennessee getting around a tenth of an inch of rain or less in those areas and then on the outer edge so this is kind of a low pressure system actually carried over from the central us yesterday and has been slowly moving to the east southeast direction you’ve got about a tenth of an inch or less right there on the missouri and illinois border with some thunderstorms as well a little patch of rain over there in north dakota about .04 inches and we’ll check out our satellite view to see where those clouds are most heavily covered in the united states right now so definitely in the northeast you’ve got that big system with that heavy rain moving through those states currently a little bit sunny up there in northern maine but that’s going to very likely change in just a little bit going into midday and afternoon hours then you’ve got a lot of clouds all throughout the gulf the gulf coast states and then up into the central states south of the great lakes quite a lot of cloud coverage there so overcast but there’s a lot of room for sun in between too so it’s not a particularly dense system it’s pretty far spread out so there will be a lot of sunshine interspersed with some clouds and some rain throughout much of the eastern states with the exception of the east coast states but very likely they’ll be getting some of this very soon into tonight and tomorrow and then over in the central u.s as well as the west and pacific northwest very very clear very sunny although you’ve got a pretty big system right there in northwestern mexico just south of arizona and new mexico so we’ll see where this is going the winds do look appear to anyways to be pushing that up to the north slightly kind of coming over into the eastern direction so western texas is very likely to be getting some of that cloud coverage as well we’ll see how far north it goes but arizona and new mexico could be getting some of that actually let’s check out how much rain is there not too much rain so just a very cloudy area but more slighter to moderate rain at the very most a tenth of an inch of rain in those spots so but we might get a little bit along the border there all right and now our wind gusts we’ll go ahead and start off that western coast we’ve got a big high pressure sending those winds very fast down the coastal washington and oregon getting around 30 mile per hour wind gusts there off the coast of northern california and southwestern washington 40 to 50 miles per hour and about same thing right there off the coast of northern california dropping down as we head south 20 miles per hour there and then into the gulf coast actually before we do we do have a big burst of wind coming up right there so this is part of that big cloud system that we just saw right along that arizona border so winds pushing north at around 36 miles per hour through the gulf of california or the sea of california i forget which one but pushing forward pretty strong there so definitely could be getting some cloud coverage along the border in southern arizona and new mexico as well as western texas and then over in the gulf coast we’ve got them moving in around 20 miles per hour and you can see very very clearly the center of this pressure system our rain that’s moving through the southeastern states currently right there that kind of quiet area you’ve got winds over here to the south around 13 to 15 miles per hour coming down from the north at about the same 15 miles per hour there and then moving up through the dakotas at around 20 plus miles per hour and then along the east coast you’ve got around 18 miles per hour and just off the coast up to 20 to 25 miles per hour there very windy actually going through florida on both sides so you’ve got winds just kind of splitting florida you’ve got them going around the to the gulf coast and then up the east coast as well as coming inland at around 10 plus miles per hour so very windy very gusty especially along the coastline in florida today and all of our air pressure i’ll go ahead and zoom out for this one and we’ll start over in the pacific where we’ve got the big high pressure which has actually gotten bumped down a little bit you got a big low pressure there south of alaska pretty large storm system kind of bumping this high pressure down a little bit so that is changing its shape and looks like it may have added in a little bit more humidity along the coastline from california up we’ll find out in just just a moment and we’ve got our high pressure over here in the central us low pressure right there forming between it and the high pressure off that coast which is continuing to send in all that went through the caribbean through the gulf and then up into the gulf of mexico then we got a really big strong powerful low pressure up there in central or northern canada that has been pulling up all that warm air that’s why it’s actually reaching all the way down there into the dakotas so that’s why those winds are moving so quickly up to the north there and now we’ll go ahead and check out all of our thunderstorms in the early morning starting with our cape we’ve got values there in the gulf of mexico over 2800 joules per kilogram so very likely to be seeing some early morning thunderstorms there along the gulf coast from texas all the way over to florida florida getting in the south uh east and up the eastern coast over 2500 joules per kilogram there and now our wind shear generally going to see these between the different pressure systems as those winds collide together you’ve got it right off of that western coast of 20 plus meters per second there throughout the central united states on average around 17 meters per second on the edge of the high pressure right there more in the western states and then the low pressure over here in the east you’ve got around 15 meters per second there cin our convective inhibition down there in southern arizona getting down to negative 700 joules per kilogram and up in north dakota getting some as well a little patch of around negative 300 joules per kilogram there and our lifted index showing where all that warmer air is concentrated so definitely right there the southwest as well as right there in southern texas and all throughout much of the eastern states and you can see that low pressure very clearly pulling in a lot of that cooler air from the north swirling down into the center there mixing it with all that warm air and the helicity measuring the potential of vortices of wind to be forming in the atmosphere the most extreme example would be tornadoes so you’ve got values there in northern texas up into western oklahoma and southeastern colorado 280 meters squared per second square so you might see some tornadoes in this area it is pretty uh pretty windy winds moving mostly from the south to the north same thing there in the dakotas over 300 meters square per second square so this is a little more likely higher potential if you’re interested in any sort of severe weather advisory like tornadoes like fires or anything else there’s a great link down below in the video description you can go county by county and to get all the pertinent information on those advisories all right now our humidity off over in the west coast we’ll start there see if it has increased not really so there’s not too much wind coming in you can see a little bit moving across washington but not too much other than that around 90 to 100 percent down the coastal regions and just a little strip of humidity there in california but for the most part staying very very dry maybe gone up a slightly so instead of around 20 to 30 percent seeing more like 30 to 40 percent through much of the western states a little drier down there in the south but a slight increase in humidity day to day but still very very dry throughout the western states and then in the northern midwest we’ve got around 70 to 60 percent they’re still pretty dry as well around the great lakes you’ve got around 90 then over in the northeast you’ve got a hundred percent and with that very thick rain down to the southeast you’ve got around 100 percent as well and really all throughout all the eastern states around 90 at the very least but mostly 100 humidity waves over off the west coast we’ve got them at around five feet and then down the coast here off the coast of california getting around nine to ten and lowering down about six to seven halfway down and off the coast of la four to five feet there around the gulf coast you’ve got two foot waves so it is definitely a little windier than we generally see so around one to two feet thereby texas and louisiana dropping down to about one to one and a half feet all the way over to florida and now up the east coast we’ve got around three foot waves there two to three all the way up to the carolinas and virginia and then there by the time we get to new jersey about one and a half to two feet there picking up a little bit off of that main coast two feet there total snow coverage in the united states we’ll check it out just because of habit and make sure we get all the information but no snow coverage today so we’ll go ahead and check out the uh pm 2.5 so i’m moving into our air quality this is the very small and fine particulates of pollution so a really really great indicator of how how much is burning out there in the western states so right there on the border of washington oregon and idaho values at over 250 micrograms per cubic meter and then all throughout that area you’ve got around 160 170 so lots of smoke and ash moving through those northwestern states currently then over in western nevada you’ve got values over 300 to 400 meters squared micrograms per meter squared and then in southern nevada getting over 300 to 350 micrograms per cubic meter and our chart just to give an example goes up to 200 so that is how dense all this air is being choked by that smoke and ash from these very large very intense fires in the western states all right now we’ll check out the pm10 these are the larger size particulates so lots of dust and sand but can also be produced by fires and other types of human activity manufacturing and such so you’ve got the same area showing up about the same values as well 400 plus micrograms per cubic meter the yellower areas are around 70 60 to 70 micrograms per cubic meter because they are larger they’re not blowing around quite as much as the lighter pm 2.5 and you’ve got a spot down there on the border with baja california 140 micrograms per cubic meter now our nitrogen dioxide is produced mainly by vehicular emissions but can also be produced when certain things are burning so for example over here in western nevada right there we’ve got the fire it is definitely producing actually quite a lot of nitrogen dioxide as well 20 to 30 plus micrograms per cubic meter in the large cities you are generally with all those cars running around all day you’ve got generally around 15 to 20 micrograms per cubic meter so definitely a lot is burning right there in western northwestern nevada chicago showing up detroit new york various other cities throughout the u.s all going to be around the same level not seeing any big differences or changes or any spots popping up other than the one in nevada that are out of the ordinary so you’ve got around two to three micrograms per cubic meter on average everywhere else sulfur dioxide being produced mainly by manufacturing and mining activity but can also be produced by geologic activity we do have a spot over here again very close to the same place right there in northwestern nevada seven micrograms per cubic meter there now our ozone levels these are um have been increasing over in the western states and so we’ll see where they’re at in a little bit our map is catching up now so we’ve got values there where the fires are over 200 micrograms per cubic meter so very very dense with ozone as well and then all throughout the western states on average around 70 to 80 micrograms per cubic meter so not only do you have these particulates the different sizes you also have ozone wrapped up into this area so definitely some very very poor air quality you’ve got there in northwestern wyoming over 150 micrograms per cubic meter as well with the ozone now all of our dust and sand you can see most of that in nevada is in dust and sand so that is the fire is burning but in utah you’ve got a couple patches there in the northwest and the southeast getting a 50 to 60 micrograms per cubic meter there over in wyoming and montana winds blowing pretty strong kicking up a lot of dust and sand down in arizona as well so on average all around 60 micrograms per cubic meter and now our carbon monoxide produced mainly by manufacturing activity but when you get it in large amounts like that it’s a really great indication of some larger fire so you’ve got over 1 200 parts per billion by volume well up there into the second half of our chart that goes up to 2500 and right there at the center of that fire burning in northwestern nevada 3 300 parts per billion by volume so a tremendously intense and strong fire there the one over in idaho as well as washington and oregon around 700 to over 900 parts per billion by volume at certain areas there so very intense very large fires if you want to know more specifically about the fires is a great link down below in the video description you can track that day by day day by day they update it all throughout the day with all the up-to-date information coming from local authorities and a whole bunch of other things located there all right and then we’ve got our aqi page which is the summary page so all the darker areas indicating poor air quality green areas indicating good our chart goes up to 400 and right there in nevada you’ve got over 700 aqi at the very center of that fire and all the areas around it so even the more moderate areas getting 170 so this is very unhealthy levels and then throughout central idaho getting over 220 so very very unhealthy levels there and then the rest of the united states is at around 15 aqi or so on average a little lower there in minnesota about 65 there but otherwise pretty good air quality but still very important to know about these large fires that are spreading that ash and smoke as well as other things all throughout the western states and now currently the winds pushing it more towards the rocky mountains at this time all right everybody so that is our weather for today in the united states thank you very much for watching we also have live cooking every wednesday at 6 pm central daylight time here on diversetv so delicious homemade food prepared for you live every wednesday and you’re welcome to come out and enjoy that as long as well as the live music and the live chat too so thanks again have a great day and up next we’ve got our volcanoes alright good morning everyone and welcome to the live show thank you very much for coming out so we’ve got the volcanoes up next i’m just going to take a second i’ll get that ready and i’ll be right back [Music] good morning everyone and welcome to volcanoes daily for july 12th my name is alessandro patello and today we’ll be looking at all the volcanic activity happening in the previous 24 hours around the world and to do that we’re here at volcano discovery.com which is a freely available website you can find a link down below in the video description and the link will bring you to this page which has all of the active volcanoes from the previous 10 000 years all the way from currently dormant status to currently erupting status and those will be the ones that we’re looking at primarily the red volcanoes on the map and then we’ve got our red lines too those are the tectonic plate boundaries so starting over in southeast asia and oceana with yasser volcano we’ve got a volcanic ash advisory that’s been in place since the 27th of august 2020 so that is an older date but it is a current advisory so it’s been exhibiting that type of activity throughout this entire period of time and as we go go along to all these volcanoes we’ll check their date see if there’s any update in the last 24 hours either an increase or a decrease in activity and then at the end of the video we’ll get some more detailed information on the most active volcanoes of the past day all right luatolo volcano volcanic ash advisor there in place since the 6th of july summer volcanic ash advisory since the 9th of june merapi pyroclastic flows continue that was on june 30th and cinnabon volcanic ash advisor since the 19th of may we also have ebu volcano volcanic ash advisor there since the 7th of january as well as deucono very close by at since not updated on available 11th that is a new update in the last 24 hours we’ll get some more information on that at the end of the video and then up at ebeco volcano volcanic ash of eyes are there in place since the 22nd of june and we also have shivolux volcano lava dome named dolphin 2 started to collapse that was on the 28th of june and actually i do want to check out a few other volcanoes in this region where we’ve had some very large earthquake earthquakes especially over there in the alaskan aloysian island chain so just checking out so semi support no i won’t mention the activity unless i see it change and then we’ve got a garaloy volcano that was on june 10th and june 8th a great sitkin and cleveland volcano no okay so no new updates but we did have several at least three 5.0 earthquakes in about the last 24 a little over 24 hours right there in that region so just wanted to double check that all right now we’ll go over into africa and the mediterranean starting to the east of madagascar we’ve got piton de la fonies effusive eruption slowing down on may 11th and near a gong volcano volcanic ash advisor there since the 27th of may active lava lake there at the summit crater since june 2020 and in the mediterranean at sicily etna volcano volcanic ash advisory in place since the 28th of may stromboli volcano continuing lava flows since the 26th of june and fog red also a monthly eruption summary came out on july 1st so no big changes there but some great information from that past month and all the data that they’ve collected and then you’ve got navarro station and central chile volcanic cash advisor in place since june 9th we’ve got sabbatical and southern peru volcanic ash of audrey and places the 17th of june sun guy volcano in ecuador volcanic ash advisor since june 3rd reventador volcanic asheville since may 31st and we’ll go ahead and zoom in here and check out a few of our other very active volcanoes as well including nevado del ruiz in central western columbia that is a volcanic ash advisor in place since the 14th of june rincon de la vieja in costa rica ongoing hydrothermal explosions that is july 6th messiah minor asphalt since 2019 picaya and guatemala volcanic ash advisor since the uh 19th of may and fuego volcano volcanic cash advisors since the 3rd of july santiaguito volcanic cash advisor since the 16th of december and popocatepetl volcanic ash advisor there since the 6th of july all right now we’ll go ahead and check out a little bit more detailed information starting with here we go let that page load back up one moment all right starting with karamski in kimchatka russia explosive activity continues the volcanic ash advisory for plume rising up to ten thousand feet ebiko south of kamchatka we’ve got a volcanic ash advisor there sunos jima in the southern ryuky islands of japan volcanic ash advisory deucono in eastern indonesia explosive activity continues with a volcanic ash plume advisory for a plume rising up to seven thousand feet cut to patal outside of central mexico volcanic ash advisor there for a plume rising up to nineteen thousand feet so very consistent uh for popocatepetl but um has been a little quieter for the last month or so explosive activity continues with the volcanic ash advisory for a plume rising up to 15 000 feet sangai in ecuador explosive activity for a plume uh advisory for plume rising up to 20 thousand feet so that’s been very consistent over the last month as well right around 19 20 000 feet of reventador in ecuador explosive activity continues with a volcanic ash advisory for plume rising up to 14 000 feet so that one’s been going right in line with sangai both in ecuador and uh both exhibiting about the same type of activity so 14 15 000 feet for uh reventador 19 20 000 feet for sangai sabanakaya in peru explosive activity there with a volcanic ash advisor for plume rising up to 26 000 feet that’s a very large eruption but pretty consistent and average for subana kaya and nevado station in peru and chile volcanic cash advisor there since the uh volcanic ash advisory issued in the last 24 hours are updated all right so we’ve got 10 volcanoes today which is definitely above average and quite high above average from what we’ve been seeing over the past month and a half or so which is right around six or seven or even less many times which is about the average for the past year so recently over the past week we started to see an increase and that is continuing today but no uh major changes at this time just very regular activity seeing a little bit more eruptive activity especially there in kamchatka russia that’s why i wanted to check out alaska because uh that may be next as well so i’ll be watching out for that all right everybody that’s our volcano report for today thank you very much for watching we also have live creative writing and poetry every saturday at 7 pm central daylight time right here on diverse tv so looking forward to the next we have had a great one on saturday this past saturday night people around the world share their writings you can do so as well you can always email me diversetv.yt gmail.com to share your writings on the next show alright thank you very much for watching have a great day and up next we’ve got the earthquakes good morning everyone welcome to the live show so thank you very much for watching we’ve got the earthquakes worldwide coming up right now and i’ll get that ready and be right back good morning everyone and welcome to earthquakes daily for july 12th my name is alessandro botello and today we’ll be looking at all the earthquake activity happening around the world in the previous 24 hours to do so we’ve got two great resources the first is the usgs united states geological survey and the second is the the volcano discovery.com website which combines about a dozen different data sets from countries and agencies from around the world all into one place in one map so together there are a great combination we’ll go ahead and start with the usgs over in southeast asia and oceania and currently we’ve got the map set to all 2.5 magnitude earthquakes and greater and then we’ll move around from that region after that so they’re in central indonesia south of the philippines a 4.6 as well as a 4.5 over to the southwest in sumatra region that is a 4.7 and we also have one here in the indian ocean that is a 4.8 now heading up north we’ll double check everything in russia but we do have a 4.7 right there in the kuril islands nothing in russia or to the north so we’ll head over towards africa none there although we do have a pretty big one that is a 4.4 right off that moroccan coast nothing else being reported in europe at this time so we’ll head up into the arctic uh right around greenland nothing here at that time and down into antarctica nothing at this time but we do have one in northern chile that is a 4.2 pretty big one here in southern peru a 5.0 and we’ll zoom in on the caribbean which has been very active recently right there actually in cuba doesn’t often get too many but that is a pretty significant one a 3.6 over here to the northeast of the dominican republic 3.4 got a couple here in southwestern puerto rico 3.2 as well as a 2.6 and we’ll go ahead and check out the contiguous us down in the south here of california ridgecrest california 2.6 we also have a 2.9 there by mina nevada and over in markleyville california where the big 6.0 hit a few days ago that is a 3.2 today also have a 2.7 there in hollister california and a 2.5 in geysers california off the coast of petroleum california at 3.4 and a 4.0 as well as up here in hebgen lake estates montana 2.7 and into alaska we’re getting some larger earthquake activity there over the alaskan alloy island chain at 4.9 also have a 3.2 there by pilot point and north of anchorage a 4.0 by trapper creek we’ll go ahead and zoom out and get all of our smaller earthquakes but before we do we’ve got a pretty significant one there 3.1 on the big island of hawaii as well as it looks like another smaller like a 2.5 right there behind it in all of our 2 1.0 and greater in the last 24 hours just for the united states then we’ll check out everything right after that over on volcano discovery.com so pretty consistent activity definitely a little bit lower frequency in alaska’s garden starting to see a few more fours in the region including that 4.9 so there was additional fives yesterday as well very close to that 4.9 over there by the um a two station and the rat islands and way over here in the east in kingston tennessee getting a 2.2 today all throughout california and nevada definitely seeing a bit of a decrease in the frequency as well as the magnitude staying about the same no big differences there but definitely seeing less of them less spread out but we do have a couple here in washington as well that is a 1.1 in packwood washington and another 1.1 by amboy washington all right so now going over to the next resource we’ll do the same thing starting with our 4.0 earthquakes in greater in southeast asia and oceania and then we’ll move around from there and as we do we’ll check out all these smaller earthquakes as well in the last 24 hours and if you’re interested in finding out where this is being reported from so for example we just saw the usgs but there’s many other worldwide agencies you can click on the earthquake and it will show you which agency is reporting it and so in this case it’s geonet the new zealand institute as well as you’ve got uh the emsc european mediterranean sizeable seismological center and their magnitude they’ve reported a 3.8 but new zealand reported a 4.3 so or yes a 4.3 so we’ll go with that one but that’s a really great resource if you’re interested in finding out more details about where this is all coming from all right so 4.3 down there to the south we also have a 4.7 up here in the kermadec island region as well as a 4.2 all of our 3.0 getting actually a few so starting to see some interesting activity we had a really big 4.8 over off that eastern coast of new zealand i think yesterday or the day before which was very interesting don’t often get them to the east of new zealand usually north or south but now we’re starting to get a whole bunch of threes right there in central new zealand right between the north and south island down into the south island so that doesn’t happen too often either but we’ve got a 3.4 right there as well as a 3.2 and a 3.4 and up in the north we also have a 3.3 there 2.0 is in greater in new zealand so a big cluster up there on the north island very interesting this is probably the most evenly spread between the north and south island that i’ve seen it this year very rarely does that happen where you get the generally it’s a big cluster more leaning towards the light north island and getting a few on the top of the south island but now it’s actually very well distributed all the way up and down the larger magnitudes generally more so on the south island and then the smaller ones off big cluster up there in the north so really interesting to see that we’ll go ahead and check out southeast asia now starting with our 4.0 and greater so you got a big cluster right there from the southern philippines that is a 4.43 three two of those and then down to the south at four point four a four point three and a four point nine in southern indonesia four point seven and over in the southwest that is a 4.7 there as well up off the uh northeastern coast of japan that is a 4.7 we’ll check out all of our 3.0 and graders a big cluster there in southern philippines down into central indonesia getting a couple 3.2s down into the south 3.1 3.9 as well as 83.6 thereby the band to see northwest northwestern indonesia 3.5 and a 3.5 in sumatra as well as a 3.6 right there on the border of laos and yunnan china getting a half a dozen almost yeah half a dozen right there moving through japan that’s a 3.4 near a mami oshima island in the southern japan by nagasaki prefecture 3.0 we also have a 3.0 to the north over here on the east coast 3.1 and a little further off of the fukushima coast that is a 3.1 and a 3.2 2.0 and greater in the region you got several down here in southern indonesia and then a big cluster in the philippines as well as half a dozen or so in the northern philippines northwestern indonesia getting a 2.6 couple here in myanmar and thailand that is a 2.0 as well as a 2.3 and then you’re getting several here just right along where the threes are down in the south you’ve got one at 2.8 and central off the coast of central eastern japan 2.9 up into the north of 2.8 as well as a 2.5 and a 2.6 so definitely still lowered frequency or lowered magnitude the frequency about what we’ve been seeing but still lower for what we’ve seen so far this year but very recently over the past couple weeks this region southeast asia as well as japan has seen a lot smaller earthquakes so not as many large earthquakes that we got used to seeing for 2021 us but definitely still seeing a decrease in magnitude there very quiet in central asia as well so we’ve got the one 3.4.3 in tajikistan as well as a 3.1 right next to it got a 3.9 on the border with china and kyrgyzstan as well as a 4.5 on the border of kazakhstan and china and then of course we’ve got the 5.1 down there in the indian ocean very large earthquake there in the middle east into eastern iran that is a 2.8 a big 4.0 up there in the north and down to the south you get a 3.3 let’s check out all of our just our 4.4s and greater so very interesting spread here i covered this a little more detail in the europe video on diversetv europe but there is a very interesting arc here and there was actually a couple of additional earthquakes there was but they’re outside of that 24-hour period but i’m going to turn it on just for the demonstration purposes here all right so you had one right there in india this was in a little over 24 hours so we’ll say 24 to 36 hours you had one hit here in india then you had iran you have one over here in russia romania italy and morocco and so five earthquakes in the last 24 hours right there through northern iran up through europe and then you’ve got one including one right there in central india so this big arcing pattern very very evenly spaced apart very interesting to see all those 4.0 is happening at the same time but if you want to see a little more detail with that one i did cover it more extensively in the europe video all right one moment while i get those pulled back up there we go so we’ve still got four of four of them showing on the map we’ve got the 4.1 right there in romania off the coast of morocco that’s at 4.0 3.0 and greater in the region just clustered right there between greece and turkey so very concentrated very little activity anywhere else in europe so you got the 3.1 there by crete to 3.6 to the south off the coast of turkey 3.4 at 3.0 and a 3.1 a couple threes right there in southern greece and now all of our 2.0 clustering there between greece and turkey getting several in central and eastern turkey as well continuing in that direction and a little 1.9 there in northern italy in the alps of 2.1 western or eastern france that is a 1.8 getting several over here 1.8 there in northwestern france getting a couple in portugal off the coast as well some twos big cluster of earthquakes right there after shocks from that four off the coast of morocco and you’ve got an aftershock there from that 4.1 in romania as well as a 2.1 up in the north other than that we’ll go and check out iceland where we’ve got a 2.2 there to the south and a 2.2 to the north south of svalbard we also have a 2.1 there just double checking everything in the arctic all right not anything today so we’ll come on down towards antarctica and actually before we do we have got a 2.1 in south africa as well as a 2.1 there north of madagascar all right nothing around antarctica today which has been very active over the previous week with some large 4.0 and 5.0 earthquakes in south america all of our 4.0 and greater so we’ve got a 4.0 by atacama region chile and a 4.4 to the north and we’ve got a big 5.0 in southern peru as well as just very close to lima that is a 4.0 we’ve got a 4.1 in northern peru all of our 3.0 is actually quite a few of those by santiago you got several threes there up to the north are the argentina border 3.1 as well as a 3.5 northwestern argentina getting several as well and four to five of those right there on the border with northern chile and bolivia a couple there between peru and chile 3.0 is there and all of our 2.0’s you got them clustered all around central northern chile north and around santiago so actually big increase in the frequency of those smaller earthquakes in that region and starting to see a few larger ones as well but more so to the north in peru we’ll check out colombia venezuela and ecuador nothing today not even smaller earthquakes over there in the caribbean though i already covered all that with the usgs so the interesting one is the 3.6 right there off that coast of cuba doesn’t often happen there and over into central america uh central america and mexico we’ve got just one 4.0 it’s a very big decrease in activity today off the coast of guatemala 3.0 is in greater at least a dozen of those so 3.7 over there off that western coast and the interior to the west of mexico city 3.8 and 3.9 down off the coast again 3.4 is there as well as a 3.2 inland you’ve got a 3.2 by aleste de guajapan de leon and then you’ve got 3.8 down here to the south west of mexico and a 3.7 right there off the coast you get the 4.0 there and now our 3.5 and a 3.6 off the coast of honduras in nicaragua and then there by nicaragua and costa rica 3.2 2.0 and greater you just got a couple right there by nicaragua and over there just outside of mexico city very very close to popkata patal the active volcano which just had an eruption too in the last day that’s a 2.9 there all right in the united states other than what we saw with the usgs nothing really to add in here with this map so we’ll go ahead and zoom back out and just observe everything on a hole so very interesting activity happening in new zealand some larger earthquakes down on the south island doesn’t happen too often and then a big cluster of smaller earthquakes up there in the north southeast asia and japan staying pretty quiet the frequency of those larger earthquakes definitely less and even the smaller earthquakes not too many of those but definitely reduced magnitude there central asia staying very quiet for what we’ve grown accustomed to seeing for this year but that’s been going on for at least a week and a half at this point big 5.0 in the indian ocean some larger earthquakes throughout the middle east and then kind of an arc of those 4.0 from the middle east through the european region recently over the last 24 hours that’s very very interesting to see that big cluster of smaller earthquakes between greece and turkey like normal but generally a very lowered frequency throughout europe and definitely an increase in frequency with those fours but as far as how many smaller earthquakes there are there’s a greatly reduced uh level of 2.0 and 3.0 in europe right now and then we’re seeing pretty consistent activity in south america with some moderate earthquake activity larger earthquake activity right there in peru really just improved 5.0 and 4.0 and then really small earthquake activity in central america and mexico reduced frequency reduced magnitude as well caribbean getting more down towards average levels that we’ve been seeing had been very very active over the previous two months but recently over the past week start to see a bit of a downtrend we’ll see if that continues and then in the united states a pretty consistent activity reduced frequency and just a reduced spread so everything’s starting to concentrate more so on that california nevada border region all right everybody so that is our earthquake report for today thank you very much for watching have a great day and i’ll see you tomorrow bye [Music] you


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Earth Daily | LIVE Weather, Earthquakes, Volcanoes with Alexandro Botelho 7/12/21
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