You may have felt a little rumbling going on early Tuesday.
A 2.4 magnitude Earthquake struck one mile west-northwest at 5:12am local time Tuesday morning.
The quake happened at a depth of 14.2 miles below the Earth's surface.
Then on Wednesday, a smaller 1.4 magnitude Earthquake hit five miles ESE of Dayton.
That quake occurred at 12:43am local time Wednesday morning.
The quake hit at a depth of 12.6 miles below the Earth's surface.
There are no reports of damage or any injuries.
Earthquakes this small are rarely felt. People laying still or on top floors of buildings are most likely to feel these types of quakes. It may feel similar to a large truck rolling by.
Did you feel either of these Earthquakes?
Leave us a comment if you did!