What a swarm of 430 SoCal earthquakes means for the Big One

An aerial view of a stretch of the San Andreas Fault north of the Carrizo Plain, east of San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles. The fault runs from top to bottom down the center of the photo.
An aerial view of a stretch of the San Andreas Fault north of the Carrizo Plain, east of San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles. The fault runs from top to bottom down the center of the photo.
Courtesy of Steve Hymon / LA Metro

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It’s been a bit shaky in parts of the Inland Empire. Glen Avon and Fontana have experienced a swarm of earthquakes, more than 430 in the past week or so. Does that mean that a big one is right around the corner?