Another earthquake under Lake Ontario, yes this makes two in the last week. Nowhere near what they are going through in the Pacific with Hawaii. That is one of the most active volcanos in the world.

We do get our fair share of earthquakes but rarely do we feel what is going on under the surface of the Great Lakes.

The most recent tremor had a magnitude of 2.4 and occurred shortly before 5:30 in the afternoon it was 6.2 miles below the surface.

This most recent quake comes just four days after a 1.5 tremor was detected about 22 miles east of Downtown Toronto and 75 miles northeast of the Charlotte pier in Rochester.

Credit: United States Geological Survey
Credit: United States Geological Survey

Look at it this way thank goodness we are all not living in Hawaii.

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