We had a pair of small earthquakes at Yellowstone today, and on this map, the one on the right is centered at one of the two lava domes in the area. There seems to be some steady and light activity in the Yellowstone area, and I am still watching this one.
Watching the rescues and the sadder stories in Christchurch, New Zealand is touching for me. It's a reminder that those of us that live in areas of seismic activity should always be prepared with two weeks of water per person in the household and some non-perishable foods.
This weekend parts of the Los Angeles area may see snow at very low levels, as low as 1000 feet MSL. and perhaps even down to 500 feet. Very unusual for us SoCal folks!