Last night at 2 hours and 50 minutes, seismologists from the Seismological Service of the Republic of Croatia recorded a moderate earthquake with an epicenter 11 kilometers west-northwest of Petrinja in Croatia.
The magnitude of the earthquake was 3.1, and the intensity in the epicenter was the IV degree on the EMS scale.
The quake was also felt in Velika Gorica and Donji Stupnik, reports “Index”.
Since midnight in the vicinity of Petrinja in Croatia, there have been eight earthquakes of magnitude between 2 and 3, the strongest of which was an earthquake of magnitude 2.8 on the Richter scale and intensity at the epicenter of III-IV degree EMS scale, which occurred at 2 hours and 13 minutes.
The last one was recorded at 7:36 this morning, magnitude 1.7 on the Richter scale, with the epicenter 16 kilometers west of Petrinja in Croatia.
Alarming climate change
The earth’s climate is affected by a lot of factors. Earlier, an earthquake felt in Zagreb too. In the month of December 2020, an earthquake hits Croatia and a few casualties were also recorded. Madrid hasn’t had this much snow since 1963, look at what looks like during this heavy snowfall in Madrid, Spain.