Three separate small earthquakes slightly shook central Oklahoma over the span of just 12-hours late Wednesday and early Thursday.
The first one was a magnitude 2.8 about nine miles from Chickasha, according to the USGS, and struck around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
An hour later, the second, a magnitude 3.4, was recorded just southeast of Harrah and about 14 miles northwest of Shawnee.
The third was about 11 miles northeast of Chickasha, and recorded as a magnitude 3.1 by the USGS. This one struck about 2:30 a.m. Thursday.
No damage has been reported by the small quakes.