A magnitude 4.4 earthquake shook parts of Oklahoma and Kansas early Saturday morning.
The quake, centered about 21 miles north of Enid, shook millions of residents across southern Oklahoma and northern Kansas.
According to USGS, about 3,000 residents felt “moderate” shaking, including the city of Medford, Oklahoma. No reports of damage have been received.
According to the Weather Channel, another 1.4 million were estimated to have felt “weak” or “light” shaking. Some shaking was felt in Wichita, Oklahoma City and Tulsa.