BLAINE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – An earthquake struck in Blaine County on Friday.
Oklahoma Geological Survey officials say that a 3.6 earthquake occurred in a Blaine County area three miles north of Ames and about 18 miles outside of Enid.
The earthquake was initially rated a 3.7 before it was downgraded to 3.6.
Reviewed M 3.6 earthquake in Blaine County, Oklahoma at 15:54:49 11/22 Oklahoma local time (UTC: 21:54:49 11/22)
— OGS Earthquakes (@OKearthquakes) November 22, 2019
No damage has been reported.