ROBBINSTON, Maine — Several Mainers in eastern Maine reported feeling a couple of earthquakes Wednesday morning.
The first happened at 5:44 a.m. near Robbinston at a magnitude of 2.4.
The second and stronger one happened at 7:31 a.m. at a magnitude of 3.0 near Robbinston. This one, however, was felt further throughout Washington County and as far away as Jonesport.
Meteorologist Todd Gutner tweeted this morning seismographs for each and several viewers responded saying they felt it.
According to Meteorologist Ryan Breton, it's fairly common to see earthquakes of magnitude 1.5 to 3.0 in the northeast.
The last time there was one this strong in eastern Maine was February 2, 2016, when there was a magnitude 3.6 centered just east of Eastport.