With its epicenter in Berkeley, a 3.3 earthquake shook the Bay Area at around noon today.
On Twitter, people in San Francisco and Oakland reported feeling the quake, sending the #earthquake hashtag trending in both areas.
Hearing 3.3 with an epicenter in the Berkeley Hills... At work in SF: it felt like someone came up behind my chair and shook it. #earthquake— Maribeth Doran (@mdmv) June 21, 2017
Reporting from the Transamerica Pyramid: we felt the earthquake, but it was barely stronger than a sudden gust of wind.— Heidi (@matokie) June 21, 2017
Over in Oakland, most took the small earthquake in stride:
I knew I felt an earthquake! Our office in Oakland shook. https://t.co/ziOld9yIZ4— Aaron Matthews (@_misteraaron) June 21, 2017
For an interesting look at the earthquake as it happened, an earthquake scientist at the University of Berkeley captured the monitoring stations:
So far, there have been no reports of damage.