Strong Magnitude 6.6 Strikes the North Atlantic Ocean | July 10, 2023

The 6.6 magnitude earthquake that struck the Atlantic Ocean this afternoon was felt in several Caribbean islands.

A strong Magnitude 6.6 earthquake rocked the Atlantic Ocean this afternoon, roughly 350 miles east of San Juan, Puerto Rico and roughly 125 miles north of Antigua and Barbuda, the epicenter was located at a depth of 8 km; the quake struck at 4:28 pm Eastern Time. The 6.6 magnitude earthquake was followed by a nearby 4.2 magnitude aftershock, which struck from a depth of 10 km. The second earthquake struck at exactly 5 pm ET. The National Weather Service’s Tsunami Warning Center, assuring residents there is no tsunami threat at this time.


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