A total of 36 earthquakes have been registered on the island of La Palma since midnight last night, the strongest one of 4.6 degrees in Mazo, the highest magnitude felt so far since the eruption of the volcano began almost 4 weeks ago.
According to information from the National Geographic Institute (IGN), this 4.6 magnitude earthquake was registered at a depth of 37 kilometres at 4:41am this morning, and was followed up by a 4.5-degree quake at 6.07am in the same area and at the same depth, both felt by the population of the island.
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The rest of last night’s seismicity oscillated between 2.3and 3.1 degrees of magnitude. 22 movements were registered in Fuencaliente, while in Mazo there have been 14 movements recorded by the IGN.
There have also been two small earthquakes recorded in Tenerife during the night, one of 1 degree in Santiago del Teide at a depth of 5 kilometres; and another in Guía de Isora of 1.7 at a depth of 4 kilometres.