There were only 4 spasmodic tremor events from Sept. 1 through Oct. 9, 2019. This is far less than the preceding months and could signal a weakening in the spasmodic tremor sequence we have been witnessing since Jan. 23, 2019. However, deep seismic activity seems to be increasing as the spasmodic tremor decreases. Could the tremor be in the process of being replaced by normal earthquakes? Only time will tell. Please click the title of this post or "read more" to see spasmodic tremor for the time period stated above...
This blog is specifically for activity that occurs in Hawaii. In light of 2018's eruptions on the Big Island, I felt it necessary to have a section entirely devoted to events in Hawaii. I now mostly use this blog to update people on volcanic spasmodic tremor which occurs deep within the mantle plume conduit(s) under Pahala, HI. Don't know what spasmodic tremor is? Don't fret! Simply go to the Hawaii menu and click the page about Hawaii Spasmodic Tremor.