The United States Geological Survey reports a fundamental magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck near Calistoga, CA. on Wednesday. The tremor hit at 9:17 PM local time at a profundity of 4 kilometers.
A magnitude 3.3 earthquake hit around four miles southwest of Calistoga and was felt in Sonoma and Napa regions.
In excess of 500 individuals detailed inclination the shaking and revealed it to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Did You Feel It? crowdsourcing website. Light shaking, or intensity level 4 shaking on the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale, was felt in the Calistoga zone.
Santa Rosa, Napa and Sonoma, urban communities somewhat more farther from the epicenter, felt powerless shaking, or intensity level 3 shaking, as per the USGS crowdsourcing website.
Magnitude 3 earthquakes are genuinely common in California. There have been 28 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or more prominent in the California and Nevada zones in the previous 30 days.