Just wondering if anyother A.net members felt the tremor in North Wales.
Tremor lasted 3.1 on the Richter scale and was located 9 miles deep, the epicentre was between Llandudno and Caernarfon area, and it was felt up to 40 miles inland.
The quake wasnt the biggest the UK has seen, the biggest in Wales was 5.4 in 1984 near the town of Nefyn, reportedly in this instance it could have been the result of magmatic gasses escaping to the surface that could have contributed to that quake as residents reported seeing "glowing lights" on one of the mountains near to the town.
Also Wales history especially the North and NW
parts is made from Volcanic and Tectonic forces, and a few million years ago Snowdon was once a active volcano.
Goes to show the forces that created the Welsh land are still at play today, and that its a constant reminder of the shifting Earth we live on.
Its not the fall that kills u, its the sudden stop at the end..