A 3.0-magnitude earthquake was reported near Redmond, Washington, on Thursday.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake occurred about a mile north-northwest of Redmond, which is located near Seattle.
Users on Twitter said they could feel the temblor.
#earthquake felt it! 3.0 Redmond Woodinville
— Joan Tierney (@Jlizbeth29) January 29, 2015
Small magnitude 3.0 earthquake between Kirkland and Redmond,Wa.
— Glenn Farley (@GlennFarley) January 29, 2015
Earthquake in Redmond about 30 minutes ago…..never felt a thing….
— Jeanine Crijns (@j_e_a_n_i_n_e) January 29, 2015
It’s unclear if there was any damage, but it’s highly unlikely.
There was also an earthquake on Thursday east of Lakeview, Oregon. That quake was also small, registering at 3.6-magnitude on the Richter scale.