According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 7.4 magnitude earthquake hit in the Pacific Ocean about 78 miles off the coast of El Salvador late Sunday night.
The earthquake struck 74 miles south of Usulutan, El Salvador, at a depth of 33 miles.
A tsunami warning was in effect for Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Panama and Mexico.
But the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
There were no immediate reports of damage to coastal areas or to shipping.
Yesterday, two earthquakes hit two different parts of the world.
The first earthquake hit Indonesia and it could be felt even in Malaysia.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the first 8.6-magnitude quake was centered 20 miles (33 kilometers) beneath the ocean floor around 269 miles (434 kilometers) from Aceh province, followed by an 8.2 magnitude aftershock two hours later.
According to CNN, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a tsunami watch for the entire Indian Ocean but was lifted later.
Next, another eartquake hit Mexico.
The USGS said the first quake on Wednesday evening in the western state of Michoacan had a magnitude of 6.5 and was recorded at a depth of 12.4 miles.
It was followed by a second earthquake, of a magnitude of 6.9 and at a depth of 6.2 miles that hit somewhere near Baja California early Thursday morning.
Earthquake is a disaster but luckily both earthquakes did not caused any tsunami.
Hurricane Beatriz hit Mexico’s Pacific coast on Tuesday.
It is a Category 1 hurricane.
The popular tourist ports of Acapulco and Manzanillo were closed ahead of the hurricane’s arrival.
There are hurricane warnings along the Mexican coast from Lazaro Cardenas northwestward to Cabo Corrientes.
The Mexican government said the coastal states of Guerrero, Michoacan, Colima and Jalisco should prepare for 10- to 13-foot (3- to 4-meter) waves and 6 to 12 inches of rain.
A storm surge was expected to cause coastal flooding in the hurricane warning area.
Storm surge happens when the hurricane caused the sea to rise up higher than the ordinary sea level.
It can cause lots of damages especially if it happens during the high tide.
Hurricane Beatriz is the second hurricane of the 2011 Pacific season.
The first was Hurricane Adrian, which formed earlier this month.
This is a disaster as the heavy rains can cause floods and strong winds can damage buildings as well as causing very high waves.
Hurricane Paula hit Cancun, Mexico on Wednesday, October 13, 2010.
It was a category 2 hurricane but later weaken to a category 1 hurricane.
It was a tropical storm when it hit Havana, Cuba on Thursday.
Havana is the capital of Cuba.
At least 20 people were killed in two landslides in southern Mexico.
Very heavy rains caused the landslides.
On Tuesday 4 people were killed and 11 people were missing in Oaxaca landslide.
On Wednesday at least 16 people were killed, 13 people were injured and 3 people were missing in Amatan landslide, in Chiapas state.
Buildings, houses, roads and bridges were damaged by the landslides.
Landslide is a natural disaster but cutting down trees along the hillside can caused more landslides.
Go green to save the Earth!
People killed other people all over the world.
They use violence as a vehicle to get what they want.
This is a disaster.
We should stop hurting each other and stop destroying our Earth.
We should also stop cutting down trees and use them as weapons in fighting.
Listen to Micheal Jackson’s ‘Earth Song’ and let us try to heal the world.
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