A small earthquake was reported Tuesday morning in Grant County in northern Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The 3.6-magnitude earthquake happened shortly before 9:30 a.m.
The epicenter was 3 miles east of Hunter, 8 miles southwest of Lamont, and 11 miles east of Pond Creek.
The earthquake was more than 3 miles/5km deep.
While Oklahoma has seen a steady decrease in earthquakes over the past couple of years, they're still happening and geologists want to know why.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is taking action following a spike in earthquakes in Kingfisher County.
Oklahoma's earthquakes are shaking up homes in the area, and that's having an impact on the real estate market.