ROANOKE, Va. – An earthquake shook parts of central North Carolina Tuesday morning.
According to the Guilford Metro 911 Facebook page, an influx of calls came in a little after midnight, reporting a loud "explosion" in their area.
The United States Geological Survey confirmed that a 2.6 magnitude earthquake struck about 5 miles east of Archdale, North Carolina, at 12:32 a.m. Tuesday.
The epicenter occurred along the Guilford/Randolph county line at about 5 kilometers (2 miles) below the earth's surface.
No damage has been reported.
According to the USGS Did You Feel It Map, a few people felt it in Raleigh and Charlotte.
The earthquake registered on the seismograph at Virginia Tech.
If you felt it, fill out the sheet in the link above.