Interesting, for sure. He posts these videos frequently and sometimes he hits it right on the mark.
On the other hand, he didn't mention the fact that the strong warm front from the south and cold front from the north meet in that general area and pop up storms occur as a result. The "plumes" might be water vapor from the extinct volcanoes, but it also might be small pockets of front clash areas. Note the huge weather front of clouds right south of that. By the next day, these fronts were meeting and causing storms in Missouri, here and then moving to the east.
As far as the quake, we get frequent small quakes in the NM zone. 2.9 isn't at all unusual. That being said, I do watch animals, lost pet ads in the paper, etc. in order to try to predict earthquake activity. At this time, I don't see any signs that would make me think anything major is about to occur here.
There was a 6.6 during the night in the southwest pacific, though.
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