By Douglas V. Gibbs
Early Wednesday a 5.8 Earthquake rattled Northern Mexico's state of Baja California. A hundred miles away San Diego experienced swaying buildings. The rolling motion was felt even further north into Riverside County by residents in Murrieta, California.
The quake was followed by a nearly as strong after-shock, and a number of much smaller aftershocks.
Considering the number of earthquakes on the opposide side of the tectonic plate in the South Pacific earlier this year, it seems reasonable that a flurry of quakes will begin to strike North America's west coast.
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