EDMOND, Oklahoma - The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 4.3 magnitude earthquake centered near Edmond, Oklahoma.

This earthquake was recorded at 5:39 a.m. Tuesday, four miles east, northeast of Edmond, and 13 miles south of Guthrie.It was about four miles deep. 

The quake was followed by a 3.4 magnitude aftershock, centered in the same area. 

Many residents near the epicenter reported property damage. The city of Edmond said about 4,400 customers lost power immediately following the earthquake. 

Meteorologist Lacey Swope and News 9 anchors Bobbie Miller and Stan Miller felt the earthquake live on air during News 9 This Morning. 

The earthquake could also been seen on our live radar when it hit. Meteorologist Lacey Swope said it was likely birds taking flight.

At 3:40 p.m., another 3.2 aftershock was recorded three miles northeast of Edmond at a depth of just over four miles. 

At 4:17 p.m., a 3.0 magnitude earthquake struck two miles west northwest of Langston, at a depth of three miles.