The Susquehanna Valley in Pennsylvania experienced an earth quake last night....

at around midnight: my wife freaked out, but it was hardly worth being frightened about. It felt like an overloaded tractor trailer barreling down the road. Just a little vibration.

I am posting this, mostly for any that felt it in my area and wanted confirmation that this actually was what happened ...

The local news was right on it....

Some info here


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fwjs288 years ago
York experienced one just after midnight on New Years....it wasn't as strong as the other on though....
Goodhart (author)  fwjs288 years ago
Oh I hadn't heard about that one.
fwjs28 Goodhart8 years ago
yep...i heard it on the radio....i think it was a 2. something...it was smaller (thats all i really remember)
KentsOkay8 years ago
Hehe, how sweet it is to live in a place never hit by earthquakes... Just minor things like flash floods and tornadoes.
. Never? Balcones Fault.
. X ( Shoulds thoughta old Wonder World (local fault and cave tour). Ok, I've never felt a quake...
. "Texas' second largest earthquake occurred on 14 April 1995, also in west Texas. It had a magnitude of 5.8, and was felt in Austin." - TX Earthquake FAQ at UTIG. You may have been too young to notice that one. Or busy, it wouldn't have been very strong where you're at.
.At that time, I lived in Austin, but I couldn't even read yet so yah, doubt I remember it... *gives up arguing with Nacho*
. Bah! We're not arguing, I'm just showing off my web search skillz. ;)
Goodhart (author)  KentsOkay8 years ago
Well, we have had a few tornadoes too ;-) not often with those either, though.
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