A 4.0-magnitude earthquake reportedly struck around Oklahoma City, Okla., on Sunday night.
The quake hit around Edmond, Guthrie, and Warr Acres, said the US Geological Survey.
Numerous users on Twitter say they could feel it.
Earthquake Central Oklahoma.
— Mark Vasicek (@mark_vasicek) March 9, 2015
— Dustin Gregory (@dustingregory) March 9, 2015
Earthquake #Edmond Oklahoma. Lasted a long time. Natures way of welcoming day lights savings time?
— Phil (@philbo2011) March 9, 2015
— Kevin DeShazo (@KevinDeShazo) March 9, 2015
Oklahoma doesn’t know what it wants. . It snows then it’s warm then it gets cold & snows again then it’s warm. then a baby earthquake
— ricaa (@EricaaClark) March 9, 2015
— evelyn bollenbach (@evelynius) March 9, 2015
Just felt an Earthquake in Oklahoma City-not sure how big.
— Michel Liverpool (@Moneymagnate) March 9, 2015
That earthquake was mother nature’s punishment for Oklahoma’s stupidity, ignorance, and intolerance over the last month
— stephanie (@rojo_steph) March 9, 2015
— Malcolm Zachariah (@malzach) March 9, 2015
— chauiboy (@Chauiboy) March 9, 2015
It wouldn’t be Oklahoma if we didn’t have snow, sun and an earthquake all in a few days time.
— Keiana Cross (@Keiana_C) March 9, 2015
Earlier on Sunday, a series of earthquakes has shaken parts of central and northern Oklahoma.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the strongest of the temblors was recorded at 11:48 am. Sunday about four miles west southwest of Luther in Oklahoma County. The magnitude 3.5 quake was recorded at a depth of around three miles.
Earlier Sunday, a swarm of earthquakes rattled the Medford area in Grant County in northern Oklahoma.
The USGS says two earthquakes registering magnitude 2.8 and magnitude 3.0 were recorded within minutes of each other shortly before 8 a.m. about 12 miles south southeast of Medford.
Two others were recorded before dawn Sunday about 14 miles south southeast of Medford. The USGS says they were magnitude 2.6 and magnitude 2.7.
No injuries or damage was immediately reported following the earthquakes.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.