5.0+ Earthquakes Map since 2010

Map of 5.0+ Earthquakes since 2010
Map of 5.0+ Earthquakes since 2010

Here are some of the 5.0 magnitude or greater earthquakes that occurred in the lower 50 states of the United States since 2010:

Magnitude 5.8 - August 23, 2011: This earthquake occurred near Mineral, Virginia, and was widely felt along the East Coast of the United States, including states such as Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, and New York.

Magnitude 6.0 - August 24, 2014: This earthquake struck Napa Valley in Northern California and caused damage to buildings and infrastructure in the region.

Magnitude 6.5 - December 8, 2016: This earthquake occurred in the state of California, near Ferndale.

Magnitude 5.8 - September 22, 2020: This earthquake struck near Lone Pine, California, in the eastern Sierra Nevada region.

 There may have been additional earthquakes with a magnitude of 5.0 or greater since my last update. For the most current information, I recommend checking with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) or other reliable sources that provide real-time earthquake data.