A cold front is moving through the area, bringing widespread rain as well as much cooler temperatures and lower humidity behind it. The main line is continuing to push east-southeast.
TONKAWA, Okla. (KAKE) -- Parts of north-central Oklahoma were rattled by a minor earthquake Friday afternoon.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the magnitude 3.9 shaker was recorded at 1:52 p.m. and was centered roughly 17 miles west-southwest of Tonkawa, which is about 80 miles south of Wichita.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. Two people near the Ark City and Winfield areas reported feeling the quake.
This afternoon's quake was the largest in a series to hit the state over the last two days. Click here to be directed to the USGS website.
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