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All of the states have experienced earthquakes in the past. However Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, Washington and Idaho are the most active states besides California.
Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California
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Every state gets tornadoes. Pennsylvania and Ohio have even had F4 and F5 tornadoes. The inland states do not get hurricanes. The Dakotas, Florida, and Michigan have only have a few small earthquakes. Pennsylvania has had a few earthquakes, but none have been very damaging.
The states in the northern plains of India are Punjab,Haryana,Delhi,Uttar Pradesh,Bihar,Jharkhand,West Bengal and Assam.
North Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa rarely have earthquakes and when they do, the earthquakes aren't usually strong enough to cause much damage.
northern west coast, think Washington or Oregon where it rains a lot
The plains are located in several states.
Some states do not have earthquakes because they are not located on or near fault lines.
Central planes are planes that intersect
The plains that stretch across the middle of the United States are referred to as the Great Plains.
There are ten states in the Great Plains Region of the US.
The Eastern and Midwestern United States are not geologically active, however, there are still faults and some tension left over from ancient periods of geologic activity. Additionally, portions of the northern United States experience earthquakes as the crust rebounds following the retreate of the glaciers.
Most of them but they are not related to the Great Plains.