The epicenter of the 3.8 magnitude quake was in Lake County, about 13 miles northeast of Healdsburg, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake occurred at 9:43 p.m.
quake was recorded near The Geysers geothermal steamfield, Lake
County News reports.
Several aftershocks were recorded, including a 2.1 minutes after the major quake, the report said.
USGS initially reported the quake as a 3.6 magnitude and then
upgraded it to a 4.1 before finally designating it a 3.8, the Lake County News report
The quake occurred in nearly the identical spot as a 3.4 magnitude tremblor earlier this month according to a Los Angeles Times report.
The Times articles were generated by algorithms created by staff reporters.
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