FOLLOWING earthquakes of varying intensity on Spain’s Costa Blanca on Monday, both Andalucia and areas north of Valencia suffered tremors this morning, November 5.
With an epicentre 20km underground, the latest shock was measured at 11:11am in Estacion de Huesa, 50 km east of Jaen, considered the gateway to Andalucia.
At 1.13am this morning, a tremor with a magnitude of 2.3 was felt near Altura, 43 miles north of Valencia.
That was followed at 9.53am by another 2.1 quake, two miles further south.
At a depth of 8km, a tremor of 2.2 magnitude was measured 28 miles off the coast of Valencia at 9.56am.
The Jaen earthquake means nine tremors with a magnitude of 2.0 or more have been felt so far this week in Spain, with smaller aftershocks of 1.0 and more also being measured.
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