A moderate earthquake rattled northern Baja Saturday night and was felt in different parts of San Diego.
According to USGS, the 4.6-magnitude quake hit just before 8:30 p.m., and was centered about 13 miles from Guadalupe Victoria in Baja California, Mexico. USGS said the earthquake was 6.2 miles in depth.
The epicenter was approximately 100 miles from Tijuana, Mexico, USGS reported.
In San Diego, several locals contacted NBC 7 San Diego and reported feeling the quake in places such as La Jolla and Fallbrook.
No injuries or damages were reported.