HOBACK, Wyo. — According to the U.S. Geological Survery (USGS), at 11:18 a.m. on March 30 an earthquake reaching 3.30 on the Richter scale hit Hoback, Wyoming.

3.30 is classified as an earthquake that is felt by people but causes little damage. The epicenter was recorded as four miles west-south-west of Hoback at 43.266°N 110.885°W, and the earthquake had a 3.1 miles depth.

This earthquake comes a day after an earthquake with 3.7 magnitude hit Yellowstone Lake at 8:24 a.m.

Did you feel it? If you did, send a report to USGS to help them improve their data.