The earthquake streak continues in North Texas.
A minor 2.5 magnitude tremor hit near Pottsboro along the Texas-Oklahoma border Wednesday, making it the fourth in as many days.
Since Nov. 1, North Texas has had more than 20 minor earthquakes in the area with no injuries reported or major damage.
The latest tremor was reported at 11:42 a.m. about three miles southwest of Pottosboro, according to the U.S. Geological Survey in Golden, Colo. Pottsboro is about 100 miles northeast of Fort Worth. The quake was about seven miles northwest of Sherman and about 10 miles west, southwest of Denison.
There were no reports of damage.
The recent tremor streaks began Sunday when a quake north of Azle registered at 3.6 magnitude.
On Monday, a 3.7 magnitude quake hit north-northeast of Mineral Wells, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s website.
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.
A smaller earthquake, a 2.7 magnitude tremor, was felt at 9:39 a.m. Tuesday a mile east of Azle.