This morning (November 16), two earthquakes struck the Alaska Panhandle in proximity to the B.C. and Yukon borders.
It hit at 8:18 a.m. local time (9:18 a.m. B.C. time) at a depth of six kilometres (three miles).
The U.S. Geological Survey initially measured it as a 4.5-magnitude quake before reassessing it as 4.2-magnitude quake.
The epicentre was located 49 kilometres (39 miles) northeast of Yakutat, Alaska; 242 kilometres (150 miles) southwest of Whitehorse, Yukon; and 303 kilometres (188 miles) northwest of Juneau, Alaska.
It was followed by a 3.9-magnitude quake that occurred at 9:51 a.m. local time (10:51 a.m. B.C. time) in the same area.
On November 7, a series of three earthquakes, ranging from 4.0- to 5.0-magnitude, shook the Anchorage area of Southern Alaska.
Meanwhile, a 2.5-magnitude quake took place at 2:05 a.m. this morning in the Puget Sound region off the Washington coast.
At a depth of 14 kilometres (eight miles), the epicentre was located on Guemes Island, and five kilometres (three miles) north of Anacortes, Washington; 24 kilometres (15 miles) southwest of Bellingham, Washington; and 56 kilometres (35 miles) northeast of Victoria, B.C.