A 3.3. magnitude earthquake shook Dallas, TX around 9:15 pm CT tonight. The earthquake’s epicenter was 3 miles east northeast of Irving, TX, and 6 miles northwest of Dallas, TX. According to the USGS website, this earthquake was about 1.7 miles deep. Due to this being a small earthquake, no damage or injuries have currently been reported.
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The map below shows the areas across Dallas that may have felt some light to moderate shaking.
Matthew Holliday (Curriculum Vitae - Resume) is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, where he completed a B.S. in Meteorology and a B.S. in Geographic Information Science. He is currently pursing his master's degree in meteorology and climatology at Mississippi State University. Matthew founded Firsthand Weather in 2010.