ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Another Oklahoma earthquake today 2013 has struck near Spencer. The latest Oklahoma earthquake today November 3, 2013 began moments ago. It follows a series of quakes striking near Oklahoma City since Friday.
Officials tell news that a 3.3 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake today began just after 7:52 PM local time tonight. The quake had a nominal depth. USGS indicates to news that the Oklahoma earthquake started only four miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.
USGS reveals to news that quake tonight started four miles north of Spencer. The quake was seven miles north of Choctaw and eight miles from Edmond. The quake was nine miles east of Midwest City and eleven mils from Oklahoma City. Mapping indicates that the quake was east of Mustang, north of Moore and Norman. The quake was also east of El Reno.
The same region has been producing several quakes this year. In July last year a 3.0 magnitude quake struck roughly sixty miles east of Oklahoma City, centered north of Interstate 50. The quake was west of Henryetta and Okemah, south of Prague, and north of Wewoka and Holdenville.
In June one quake hit twelve miles northeast of Chickasha and fourteen miles southwest of Mustang. The quake was twenty-one miles southwest of Yukon and twenty-seven miles southwest of Oklahoma City, reps told news at the time.