by Phillip Manning ~ January 20th, 2014
Many in the Upper Valley received early wake-up calls on Monday and Tuesday. The Alaska Earthquake Information Center recorded a magnitude 3.6 earthquake thirty-six miles north-northeast of Talkeetna at 4:30 on Monday at a depth of 45 miles.
On Tuesday, two more earthquakes were recorded. The first occurred at 5:29 am and was measured at magnitude 3.4. The second, just outside of Willow, was at 5:57, and measured at magnitude 3.9. AEIC reports that both were felt in Talkeetna. No damage has been reported from any of the three early-morning quakes.