Scientists say hundreds of tiny earthquakes have rumbled through the Bremerton area since the start of May— most too weak for humans to feel.  How long the shaking will continue is anyone’s guess . “Sometimes these swarms last years, sometimes they’re over in an hour,” Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Director John Vidale said Thursday.  The chances

of a significant earthquake still remain low.  “The overwhelming odds are there is nothing damaging in our near future,” Vidale said.  Though disconcerting to some residents, seismologists hope the ongoing earthquake swarm, centered between East Bremerton and Bainbridge Island, will reveal new information about the orientation of fault lines running beneath central Puget Sound. READ MORE