The quakes keep coming to North Texas.
For the third consecutive day, a minor earthquake was reported in North Texas, a 2.7-magnitude tremor felt at 9:39 a.m. Tuesday a mile east of Azle.
It is one of more than 20 earthquakes measured in the area in the past few weeks.
No major damage or injuries have been reported.
On Monday, a 3.7-magnitude quake hit north-northeast of Mineral Wells, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s website. On Sunday, a quake north of Azle measured 3.6 magnitude.
The 3.7-magnitude tremor is the strongest in North Texas so far. Geophysicists have noted that it generally takes a 5.0-magnitude quake to cause structural damage.
Earthquakes (and aftershocks) that have recently been felt in North Texas:
Dec. 10: 2.7 magnitude, east of Azle
Dec. 9: 3.7 magnitude, north-northeast of Mineral Wells
Dec. 8: 3.6 magnitude, north of Azle
Dec. 3: 2.7 magnitude, north of Azle
Nov. 29: 3.1 magnitude, near Reno
Nov. 28: 3.6 magnitude, north of Mineral Wells
Nov. 28: 2.8 magnitude, southwest of Jacksboro
Nov. 26: 3.0 magnitude, Azle
Nov. 25: 3.3 magnitude, near Azle
Nov. 23: 2.9 magnitude, southwest of Reno
Nov. 19: 3.6 magnitude, northwest of Azle
Nov. 19: 2.5 magnitude, south-southwest of Reno
Nov. 19: 2.8 magnitude, west of Azle
Nov. 13: 2.6 magnitude, near Eagle Mountain Lake
Nov. 11: 2.8 magnitude, near Briar
Nov. 9: 3.0 magnitude, near Springtown
Nov. 8: 2.4 magnitude, northwest of Azle
Nov. 7: 2.9 magnitude, southwest of Springtown
Nov. 6: 2.7 magnitude, south-southwest of Springtown
Nov. 5: 2.6 magnitude, east of Reno; aftershock about 10 p.m.
Nov. 1: 2.1 magnitude, near Richland Hills
Source: U.S. Geological Survey