Oklahoma: November 2011 Archives

In the wee hours of this morning, a magnitude 4.7 earthquake hit Oklahoma. Epicenter was just north of the town of Prague (rhymes with plague -- seriously), about 50 miles east of Oklahoma City, and about 60 miles southwest of Tulsa.

The US Geological Survey wants to know if you felt it and what you saw and heard at the time. That link will take you to a very brief questionnaire that will help the USGS collect data about the effects of the quake.

I was still up when it hit. I thought it was a thunderstorm getting started with a couple of sustained, booming but muffled rumbles, but that was it.


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