Did you feel it? A magnitude-4.1 earthquake rattled the Yorba Linda area and was felt throughout Southern California, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake hit at 1:31 p.m., at about two miles northeast of Yorba Linda in North Orange County.
No damage has been reported, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
The quake was felt as far Beverly Hills and Valencia, and throughout the San Gabriel Valley, including Glendora, La Canada-Flintridge, Diamond Bar, Walnut and Claremont.
The quake struck in the same vicinity of a cluster of about
Today's tremblor is not the only quake to hit the Southland in recent days. Southern California has been struck by an usual cluster of hundreds of small earthquakes centered in Brawley, Calif. over the last several days.
Geologists say the tremblors are not always an indication of a larger earthquake to come, but advise residents to