Earthquakes shake Kodiak Sunday and Monday, no tsunamis generated

            The Kodiak area was hit with two earthquakes over the weekend.

            The first occurred on Sunday morning, the other in the early hours Monday.

            Sunday’s quake was a magnitude 4.6 which struck at 8:03 a.m. It was located 150 miles southeast of the City of Kodiak at 17 miles deep.


Graphic from National Teachers’ Association via


            Early this morning (Mon.) another quake occurred 120 miles southwest of Kodiak.

            The magnitude 4.2 quake hit at 12:44 a.m. It was 31 miles deep.

            The National Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer reports there was no danger of a tsunami caused by either quake.

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