Another weekend earthquake gave Kansans a shake on Sunday morning.
A 3.3 magnitude earthquake hit northeast of Anthony in south-central Kansas at 2:25 a.m. on Sunday, according to the United States Geological Survey.
If you felt the quake, you can report it to the USGS by clicking here. In most cases, a magnitude of 2.5 is needed for a local quake to be felt.
This earthquake shook just one day after three earthquakes hit Oklahoma and Kansas. At least one was felt by Wichitans.
Some of Oklahoma's most-powerful earthquakes in the past year also gave Kansans a shake, and a research geophysicist previously told The Eagle that it is safe to assume these quakes were due to wastewater injections in Kansas and Oklahoma.