In a new 24-hour period, the United States Geological Survey most recently reported a 3.7-magnitude earthquake about 20 miles south of Alva at 8:01 a.m. Friday, about a mile and a half north of a 4.1-magnitude earthquake that occurred 25 minutes earlier. Those were preceded by a 2.7 quake 16 miles southwest of Medford at 3:54 a.m.
The article above was from January 8. They were right.
My personal definition of a good day has changed.
A good day is a day without earthquakes.