And impressive 7.7 magnitude quake struck about 90 minutes ago (sorry, I was Netflixing…) in the Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte) islands off the coast of British Columbia. It was right along a main fault, well to the north of the Cascadia Subduction Zone. 2 aftershocks have followed. The 7.7 was a 8:04pm, a 5.8 10 minutes later, then a 4.8 at 8:52pm. The ground is rearranging itself up there!
There is still a Tsunami Warning for extreme SE Alaska and the central coast of British Columbia, but there has not been a threat this far south. So no warning, watch, or advisory for our coastline.
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen