OKLAHOMA - Multiple small earthquakes have been reported in three counties of Oklahoma today.
The Oklahoma Geological Survey has confirmed 11 earthquakes since 12:08 a.m. Thursday morning.
The most recent quake OGS reported had a magnitude of 2.1.
Magnitude 2.1 at 2014-03-20 07:04:37.381000 (CDT) 5.1 miles SSW of Coyle; 35.890,-97.274,z=4.2km—
OGS Earthquakes (@OKearthquakes) March 20, 2014
The tremor was recorded 5.1 miles SSW of Coyle, in Logan County.
A swarm of quakes have been rattling the same areas in the last few days.
Logan County, Lincoln County, and Garfield County residents are more prone to feeling this recent swarm of quakes.