During the past few hours earthquake activity in TFZ has dropped. This is not unusual. As earthquake activity in this area happens in swarms. Last earthquake swarm in this area where in the years 1996 and 2004. Those earthquake swarm lasted for several days and made several earthquakes with the magnitude 4. It is impossible to know how long activity is going last in this area. But since it has been ongoing for better part of current week (week 38). It might well be this activity is already over. But only time is going to tell what happens next. In current earthquake swarm. More then 500 earthquakes have been recorded so far.
The area of activity in TFZ. Stars mark earthquakes that are larger then magnitude 4 in size. But red dots show other earthquakes. The arrows show the fault movements in this area. It is from this news here on IMO web page. Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic Meteorological Office.
As sad before. It is impossible to know what happens next in this earthquake swarm. But it might well be that it is over by now. Only time is going to tell us what happens next in this. Chance of an larger earthquake taking place in this area remains high.
Almannavarnir announcement (Icelandic Civil Protection System)
Jarðskjálftahrina úti fyrir Norðurlandi (Almannavarnir.is, Icelandic)
Icelandic news about this earthquake swarm
Jarðskjálftar í Eyjafjarðarál (Icelandic, vedur.is)
Talsverð jarðskjálftavirkni á Norðurlandi (Icelandic, Vísir.is)
Fjórir skjálftar yfir 4 að stærð (Icelandic, mbl.is)
Íbúar geri ráðstafanir til að draga úr tjóni (Icelandic, mbl.is)