The United States continues to reel with a series of earthquakes from Alaska to Georgia. Within the last 12 hours, 11 earthquakes have struck Yellowstone, 4 tremors were recorded on the New Madrid Seismic Zone, and 2 rare earthquakes struck Shishmaref, Alaska. From West to East. On June 1, 2017, two rare and shallow earthquakes (Magnitude3.8 and Magnitude  3.8) struck Shishmaref in Alaska. The area around Shishmaref, Alaska, is not really known

for producing earthquakes as it only had 8 earthquakes since 1931. The largest earthquake to have hit the area was a Magnitude 4.8 earthquake in July 2016.  These two earthquakes were followed by tremors reported in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, more precisely in Tennessee (Magnitude 1.5 and Magnitude 1.8). Although common such quakes are scaring the hell out of people because of the New Madrid Fault which produced the most powerful quake in US history. FULL REPORT