The United States Geologic Survey reported a small earthquake that could have been felt throughout parts of Northern Arizona, early Sunday morning.
Located about 9 miles North West of Ash Fork, and about 16 miles east from Seligman, the quake was measured at a magnitude of 3.1, at a depth of about three miles beneath the surface of the earth.
The quake may have been felt across northern Arizona, although it did occur at 2:08 a.m. when most were likely asleep. It was felt by at least three people however, as it was reported to USGS by three residents of Ash Fork, Williams and Chandler respectively.
There have been no reports of any injuries or damage caused by the quake.