Is there such a thing as earthquake weather or is this an urban legend?
Earthquake weather is a false term. Research shows earthquakes can happen in all seasons, all temperatures, all times of day, and in many different weather patterns. A recent theory does claim weather can help determine the severity of damage an earthquake may have, but its far from 100%. As of now there are no reliable indicators of earthquakes or the affects weather patterns have on earthquakes.
Earthquake weather is not a valid term, as earthquakes and weather come from two inependent sources. Earthquakes are caused by shifting plates several miles underneath the ground. When these plates suddenly shift, the shockwave travels up to the surface thus the rumbling and movement. Weather is caused by changes in the atmosphere alone.
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