Tremors were felt in Wichita last night as a result of a central Oklahoma earthquake. Oklahoma was shaken by two quakes overnight according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The first quake was centered northeast of Enid at approximately 10:35 p.m. on Monday night. It measured 2.9 with a depth of 1.6 miles.
A second quake measuring 4.2 occurred at 11:53 p.m. With a depth of three miles, tremors from this quake could be felt in Wichita. This earthquake was centered 3.1 miles to the northeast of Crescent.
A survey by the USGS released on Monday found that the chance for damaging quakes in Oklahoma in 2016 are 1 in 8, ranking Oklahoma above California as the state with the highest probability.