3.6 magnitude earthquake reported in northeast Wyoming Tuesday

Just after 12:00 pm today, September 22nd, the US Geological Survey (USGS) recorded a 3.6 magnitude earthquake in Campbell County.

The closest city to the epicenter is Wright, Wyoming which is ~9 miles west of the quake. The intensity map for today’s rumble shows that it was weak to light in shaking and it looks like only one person reported feeling anything to USGS.

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Just after 12:00 pm today, September 22nd, the US Geological Survey (USGS) recorded a 3.6 magnitude earthquake in Campbell County.

The closest city to the epicenter is Wright, Wyoming which is ~9 miles west of the quake. The intensity map for today’s rumble shows that it was weak to light in shaking and it looks like only one person reported feeling anything to USGS.

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h/t USGS – Intensity Map

You can find more information by clicking here.

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