ASHLAND, Ore. — People in Ashland may have just felt a whole lot (or rather, a fairly slight amount) of shaking going on. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), there was a 3.1 magnitude earthquake centered southwest of the city.
USGS reports that the quake occurred at 12:38 p.m. about 12 miles southwest of Ashland at a depth of 2.6 miles, in the Siskiyou Mountains north of the California border.
The agency estimates that the intensity would have been "light" in the Ashland area, with no damage. If you felt the earthquake, you can report it to USGS to help them map the quake's intensity.
A very similarly positioned 3.1 magnitude earthquake happened southwest of Ashland on Friday. There were no reports of damage, but some people said that they felt it.
This is a developing story and will be updated with more details as they emerge.