An earthquake of 3.1 magnitude was recorded Monday morning in parts of Northwest Tennessee, according to the US Geological Survey.
The small earthquake happened around 1:24 AM CST early Monday morning and rattled the areas of Dyersburg and Ridgely, Tennessee.
As of now, no injuries or damage have been reported as a cause of the earthquake.
Another earthquake was recorded in the same areas just less than a month ago on March 18th.
Did you feel the earthquake this morning? There's a site that encourages people to report their experience if they felt the earthquake at the USGS's "Did You Feel It" website.
So far there have been reports of people who felt the earthquake in other areas such as Obion, Newbern, Hornbeak, Blytheville and even a report in Memphis.