None - Did you feel it? If not don't worry, it wasn't as big as the weekend quakes. Tuesday evenings aftershock was about 16 miles NNE of Shawnee Oklahoma and it measured around a 3.6 on the Richter scale. A smaller 3.0 took place Wednesday morning just after 6:00 a.m. as well.
Now that Oklahoma seems like an earthquake zone, how are people dealing with the extra stress? Click here to find out how the folks we talked to are coping.
With quakes a daily part of our lives, how can you best keep up with what's happening? No worries, we looked around and found several ways for you to be on the cutting edge of the latest. First, check out the USGS page that tracks tremblers all over the United States.
If you have an iPhone or Android phone, there are several apps that can actually feel those quakes and alert you.
If you have or know of other great earthquake tools, please feel free to leave us a comment and we'll add them to our list. Until then, hang on tight and hope it all goes away!