There are true believers in the concept of hot and dry earthquake weather. They got some fodder for their theory when a 4.0 struck the Santa Monica Bay Monday night.
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The quake centered three miles north-northeast of Santa Barbara Island struck at 10:42 p.m. according to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center. Did you feel it? Southern Californians from Huntington Beach to Oxnard said they did.