TULSA, Okla. - People across Green Country said they felt two earthquakes Sunday.
WATCH: FOX23 Meteorologist Brad Carl talked about the earthquake Sunday
The shaking, which started at 5:17 p.m., was the result of a 4.2 earthquake centered near Enid in northwestern Oklahoma, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Some area residents reported minor damage from the quake.
The earthquake was the first earthquake with a magnitude greater than 4.0 in Oklahoma since December, 2017 and the largest earthquake in the Sooner State since August.
Since 2010, there have been 72 earthquakes in Oklahoma with a magnitude of 4.0 or greater, and Sunday's earthquake will be the 73rd if it is verified.
Through Feb. 2018, we've had 449 quakes in #Oklahoma. Ahead of 2017's pace, but far behind the more active years of 2015 and 2016. Thanks to @TulsaPhilwx for digging up these stats! #okquakes #earthquake @FOX23 @jamesaydelott pic.twitter.com/cYysyD1zhC— Brad Carl (@FOX23BradCarl) March 5, 2018
A second earthquake centered near Enid shook around 9:40 p.m.
The United States Geological Survey said that earthquake was also a 4.2 magnitude quake.
A SECOND 4.2 magnitude earthquake, centered just NE of Enid at 9:40pm.— James Aydelott☂✈ (@jamesaydelott) March 5, 2018
Here is the seismogram image of today’s two 4.2M quakes, one around 5:20pm and now this one.
Did you feel the jolt this evening? #okquake pic.twitter.com/H1D33bFVD4
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