A wee 1.1-magnitude earthquake rumbled on the peninsula at 5:30 a.m. this morning beneath Woodside and Belmont, likely waking no one. I bring it up only because earthquakes have been on the brain after last week's sizeable one in L.A., and this one was along the San Andreas Fault.

There was also a large earthquake on the San Andreas a couple weeks back, March 9, which struck off the coast of Eureka. The magnitude of that has been revised down from 6.9 to 6.8. But still, sizable.

I'm also bringing this up because everyone, including me, needs to get their earthquake kit together. Stop putting it off. This is serious.

You at least need water to last 3 days. Jugs of it. And replace it every year or so.

The end.

[CBS 5]