A magnitude-6.8 earthquake shook parts of southern California on Sunday night and a magnitude-5.6 earthquake rattled the Pacific Northwest on Monday.
A magnitude-7.2 quake was felt across much of California’s central coast.
A magnitude 4.8 quake was centered in the central Oregon mountains.
A 6.8 magnitude earthquake was felt in San Diego, the most recent in two weeks, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
In the central Washington mountains, a magnitude 5.0 earthquake rocked the town of Whitefish Bay and a 4.4 quake was reported near the town’s main drag.
An 8.2 magnitude quake was also felt in southern Oregon.
An earthquake in Alaska also rattled the region.
A massive aftershock from a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck the town, causing minor damage.
A 4.1 magnitude quake shook parts a city in northern California, but no one was injured, according the U!
The USGS said that the magnitude-3.7 temblor struck at 6:22 p.m.
PDT (1022 GMT) on Sunday.
It was followed by a magnitude 3.8 aftershock at 1:43 p.s.m., with a 3.0 aftershock lasting about an hour.
An aftershock can have multiple aftershocks.