Did you feel it?
Some San Diego residents reported feeling a magnitude-4.6 earthquake in Baja California, near Ensenada.
The earthquake struck around after 12 p.m. on Wednesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The epicenter was six and a half kilometers from Fraccionamiento del Valle in Mexico, and 30.5 kilometers away from Ensenada, Mexico.
Nearly 100 people said they felt it on the USGS site, with most responses coming from the San Diego area. Residents in Campo, Potrero, Jamul, Chula Vista, San Ysidro and San Diego reported feeling the quake, according to USGS.
The quake was originally categorized as a 4.4, but was later upgraded to a 4.6.
No further information was available.