This screenshot from ANF was sent in. It shows a big Gulf of Mexico quake near the south side of the Gulf. USGS didn’t list it.
A big 6.2 quake in Mexico at 9:40 p.m. CST … see if helicorders notice this while they do the jitterbug. The USGS calls the location “Gulf of California”. So it is not on the Gulf side of Mexico. There are continuing aftershocks there. USGS live list.
“Historical groundwater withdrawals have caused the loss of land-surface elevation, or subsidence, in the Houston-Galveston region. Loss of surface elevation is a concern as it may increase the potential for more intense flooding in the study area according to the latest annual report conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey. “