LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A California earthquake today struck north of San Francisco. The California earthquake Sunday June 17, 2012 erupted outside of Santa Rosa, north of Oakland and the Bay Area, and could be felt in Cobb and Anderson Springs. No reports of injuries have yet to be indicated by local news.
Shortly after 1:30 PM local time today, a 3.0 magnitude earthquake erupted in Northern California. The quake, however, registered almost no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake’s epicenter was only one mile below the earth’s surface. As a result, the quake could be felt across the region.
USGS reports to news that the quake was one mile north of The Geysers. The quake was six miles west of Cobb and seven miles from Anderson Springs. USGS indicates to news that the temblor was east of Cloverdale and approximately twenty-six miles from Santa Rosa. The quake was also centered seventy-five miles north of San Francisco.
Mapping from the quake puts it centered south of Clearlake, west of Sacramento, and north of Windsor. The quake was also west of Yuba City and south of Ukiah. No reports of damage have yet to be detailed by local news.