Seismic tremor Near Anchorage Today: See Maps of the 4.5 Quake.

Apreliminary 4.5 extent seismic tremor struck close Anchorage, Alaska late Sunday evening, October 14, 2018. As per the Alaska Earthquake Center, the tremor was 31 km west of Anchorage.

The quake was felt at 9:19 p.m. The Alaska Earthquake Center gave these extra insights about the Anchorage territory seismic tremor:

The Alaska Earthquake Center said in an official statement that it "found a light quake that happened on Sunday, October fourteenth at 9:19 p.m. AKDT in the Cook Inlet area of Alaska. This tremor had a starter size of 4.5 and was situated at a profundity of around 40 miles (63 km). The greatness and area may change marginally as extra information are gotten and handled. This occasion was felt all through Southcentral Alaska. No resports of this occasion causing harm have been gotten as of now."

61.241°N 150.493°W

54.9 km profundity

The middle gave these points of interest in its public statement:

Birthplace Time (UT): 10/15/2018 05:19:12

Scope: 61 N 16'

Longitude: 150 W 32'

Profundity: 63 km

Greatness: ML 4.5

You can see maps of where the quake struck all through this article.

This is what you have to know:

Individuals Reported Feeling the Quake  

In tweets on the web, individuals detailed inclination the tremor, despite the fact that they just demonstrated they felt minor shaking. "Felt it in #Midtown #Anchorage #earthquake," kept in touch with one lady on Twitter.

The 4.5 is a primer extent. There were no reports of harm, at any rate not when it initially struck. As indicated by the Anchorage Daily News, the shake struck "around 20 miles west of the city, close to the mouth of the Susitna River" and was felt in the city.