6.3 magnitude earthquake recorded off British Columbia coast
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake was recorded off the coast of British Columbia on Tuesday night.
According to USGS, around 7:30 p.m. the earthquake hit about 110 miles west of Vancouver Island.
No tsunami is expected, according to the National Weather Service.
This comes after a few other earthquakes struck off the coast of Vancouver Island on Monday.
Four earthquakes, ranging between 5 to 6 in magnitude, were recorded about 100 miles west of Port Hardy.