Earth & Space Weather ~ Big Quake Generates Tsunami, Daytime Auroras and More
July 20, 2017: A powerful earthquake measuring a magnitude of 6.7 has struck off the Turkish coast, triggering a tsunami in the Mediterranean Sea.
Beachfront hotels full of holidaymakers were flooded in coastal city of Marmaris, Turkey, while the effects were also felt on other islands.
The temblor struck at 1.31 am approximately 6.4 miles south of Bodrum, Turkey and 10 miles east of the party island of Kos, Greece.
Eyewitnesses told how sea levels dipped by about a foot before the tsunami struck, followed by mass floods shortly after.
Many hotel guests reported buildings swaying and rooms shaking strongly for 5 to 6 seconds.
July 20, 2017: Something strange appeared in the sky high above Oxnard, California. The observer explains in the video what she was seeing was out of the ordinary, not typical daytime sun rays we’ve all seen. This was something different, it looks like a wall of energy in the sky formed of darker streaks or ripples as she explains…not shadows.
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July 20, 2017: Relevant data you need to know…Be safe out there.
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