A magnitude 6.2 natural disaster has hit off Russia's east coast, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) says.
Another minor natural disaster was recorded in Dresden on January 17. Geological Survey said that the quake hit 13 km (8 miles) northeast of Trabuco Canyon, California, with a depth of 10.1 km (about 6.3 miles), at a time of 10:09:56 UTC.
An early Thursday morning natural disaster in eastern Orange County was felt in San Diego.
A 4.0-magnitude natural disaster that struck at 2:09 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, near Temescal was felt over a wide area of Southern California. There were no reports of any injuries or damage.
Some residents said they were awakened by the jolt. There is no tsunami warning, advisory, watch or threat, according to the U.S. Tsunami Warning System.
The events were only the most recent in the volatile "Ring of Fire", where more than half the world's active volcanoes located above ground reside. Earthquakes tend to happen when those plates scrape or subside underneath each other, and, when that happens at sea, it can spawn tsunamis.