The Seattle Times reports:
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake shook Seattle and the Puget Sound region just before 3 a.m. Friday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey.
The shaking emanated from Three Lakes, Wash., about 9 miles east of downtown Everett. The earthquake was relatively shallow, and originated about 14 miles beneath the surface, according to a USGS map.
A tsunami is not expected, according to a tweet from the U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center. A second quake, measured at magnitude 3.5, was reported near Monroe, Wash. a few minutes afterward.
It was only a 4.7, we gotta down play it or the other earthquake cities will think we’re not hardcore #SeattleEarthquake
— Isabelle (@isabelle_hyatt) July 12, 2019
— Brit Moorer (@britmoorer) July 12, 2019
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) July 12, 2019