A swarm of sizable earthquakes rattled northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The largest earthquake was a 4.8 in magnitude, this was only 30 seconds after a 4.7 quake. The 4.8 is the strongest recorded earthquake in Oklahoma since November 5, 2011, when a 4.8 aftershock shook near Prague, Oklahoma.
In all there have been three earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or greater. There have been a total of 32 quakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater all in the same area over the last 24 hours.These new strong quakes in northern Oklahoma come after a quake of 4.3 and 4.2 rattled Edmond, Oklahoma in late December and on New Year’s Day.
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