M 2.9 near Brigham City, UT

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: January 31, 2023 8:30 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that an earthquake of magnitude 2.9 occurred at 8:57 PM on January 30, 2023 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located about 9 mi W of Brigham City, UT.  More than 20 people reportedly felt this event.  

This event is part of an ongoing sequence of 11 earthquakes in the area over the last week. Two of these also have felt reports (M 2.9 Jan 28 and M 2.8 Jan 24). On Nov. 12 an M 3.6 in the same area was widely felt. Fifty-four earthquakes have occurred in this area since the Nov. 12, 2022 M3.6 event.

A total of 11 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  One earthquake of magnitude 4.5 or greater has occurred within 32 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  This was a magnitude 4.5 on July 05, 1989, 11.4 mi WSW of Tremonton, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/uu60530617/executive.

M 2.9 near Morgan, UT

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: January 11, 2023 09:00 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 2.9 occurred at 09:50 PM on January 10, 2023 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 8.2 miles south southeast of Morgan, UT and felt locally.   A total of six magnitude 3.0 or greater earthquakes have occurred within 15 miles of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 3.4 on December 20, 2006, 8.3 miles north northeast of Morgan, UT.  

This event was preceded by a magnitude 2.5 earthquake that occurred at 07:51 PM about 4 miles south southeast of the M2.9 event, below East Canyon Resort in Morgan County.


Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/uu60529522/executive.

M 3.2 near Hyde Park, UT

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: January 03, 2023 03:07 PM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.2 occurred at 02:44 PM on January 03, 2023 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 4 mi W of Hyde Park, UT.  A total of 15 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.1 on October 18, 1964, 4.7 mi ENE of Providence, UT. 

This earthquake is part of a sequence of eight earthquakes that have occurred in the area beginning with an M 2.3 on January 1, 2023. These events have magnitudes from M 1.8 to 3.2 and have been widely felt throughout Cache Valley.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/uu60529092/executive.

M 2.9 near Hyde Park, UT

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations Released: January 02, 2023 11:06 PM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that an earthquake of magnitude 2.9 occurred at 10:50 PM on January 02, 2023 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 5 mi west of Hyde Park, UT.  Over 70 people in the Cache Valley reported that they felt this earthquake.  A total of 14 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.1 on October 18, 1964, 4.7 mi east-north-east of Providence, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/uu60529032/executive.

M 2.6 near Hyde Park, UT.

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 University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: January 02, 2023 06:49 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that an earthquake of magnitude 2.6 occurred at 06:37 AM on January 02, 2023 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 6.8 mi W of Hyde Park, UT.  Over 30 people in the Cache Valley reported that they felt this earthquake.  A total of 13 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.1 on October 18, 1964, 4.7 mi ENE of Providence, UT.  

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

M 3.6 near Bear Lake and Montpelier, ID

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: November 16, 4:30 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.6 occurred at 02:58 AM on November 16, 2022 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 12.7 mi SE of Montpelier, ID and 18.2 mi NE of Bear Lake, ID.  There have been 13 aftershocks less than magnitude 3.0. A total of 3 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 3.8 on July 17, 1997, 7.0 mi NNE of Montpelier, ID.  A total of 5 earthquakes of magnitude 4.5 or greater have occurred within 32 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962. The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.8 on February 06, 1994, 12.1 mi SW of Afton, WY. This earthquake was felt nearby in Fish Haven, ID.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

M 3.6 near Brigham City, UT

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: November 12 7:20 AM (MST)

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.6 occurred at 06:45 AM on November 12, 2022 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located 4.6 mi SW of Corinne, UT and 9 mi W of Brigham City. Over 100 people in northern Utah from Salt Lake City to Logan reported that they felt this earthquake. There have been 12 events ranging in magnitude from 1.0 to 2.7 since November 1 of this year, and one event of magnitude 1.2 after the mainshock. A total of 10 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 3.9 on September 01, 2007, 9.1 mi SW of Tremonton, UT.  An M 4.5 earthquake occurred on July 05, 1989, 11.4 mi WSW of Tremonton, UT within 32 mi of today’s event.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

M 3.8 Near Colorado City, AZ

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: November 06, 2022 5:02 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.8 occurred at 4:39 AM on November 06, 2022 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located near the Utah Arizona border, 1.3 mi E of Colorado City, AZ.  A total of 12 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 3.7 on May 22, 1988, 4.7 mi S of Colorado City, AZ.  The earthquake was felt nearby, as well as in Hurricane and Kanab, Utah.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

M 4.4 Earthquake in Northern Arizona Felt in St. George Area

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: September 19, 2022 04:30 PM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a light earthquake of magnitude 4.4(USGS) occurred at 3:18 PM on September 19, 2022 (MDT).  The epicenter of the shock was located in northern Arizona about 30 mi SSE of Saint George, UT with more than 100 felt reports.  
The largest earthquake in the area was a  magnitude 5.9 on September 2, 1992, 1.8 mi SSE of Washington, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

M 3.9 near Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park

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University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: September 18, 2022 07:22 AM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.9 occurred at 06:55 AM on September 18, 2022 (MDT). The epicenter of the shock was located about 6.5 mi NW of Norris Geyser Basin, WY.  A total of 168 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 mi of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.8 on March 30, 2014, 2.8 mi N of Norris Junction, WY.  

The earthquake was reported felt within Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding communities.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form
on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.