Many residents across the Puget Sound area of Washington were jolted awake early Thursday morning by a pair of earthquakes that struck the North Sound.
The first quake struck at 2:51 a.m. was of the magnitude of 4.6, according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. It was centered about 2 miles northwest of Monroe and was about 13 miles deep.
A 3.5 aftershock hit three minutes later in the same area, according to PNSN, centered about a mile northwest of the first quake and about 5 miles deeper.
However, there are no reports about any injuries or death now.