Another earthquake centered near Perry, Oklahoma, gave Kansas a shake on Monday morning.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake hit about 17 miles west of Perry at 5:22 a.m. on Monday, according to the United States Geological Survey. The USGS originally said it was a 4.3-magnitude earthquake.
Perry is 100 miles south of Wichita.
People in Wichita posted to Twitter that they felt the quake.
If you felt the quake, you can report it to the USGS by clicking here. In most cases, a magnitude of 2.5 is needed for a local quake to be felt.
The threshold for damage usually starts at a 4.0 magnitude.
This earthquake struck just one day after a 3.3-magnitude earthquake hit northeast of Anthony in south-central Kansas and two days after three earthquakes hit Oklahoma and Kansas. At least one was felt by Wichitans.
Some of Oklahoma’s most powerful earthquakes in the past year also gave Kansans a shake, and a research geophysicist previously told The Eagle that it is safe to assume these quakes were due to wastewater injections in Kansas and Oklahoma.