There's no reason for alarm, but it's worth mentioning that there's currently a big swarm of minor earthquakes along the New Madrid Fault in Missouri and many have been felt.

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Over the past couple of days, there have been 7 measurable earthquakes along the New Madrid Fault Zone in Missouri reported by the USGS and that includes 3 that just happened Friday. The largest so far is a 3.2 magnitude quake that was recorded Friday morning. There have been two different 3.2 quakes recorded this week. Here's the map.

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While many of the quakes have been only minor shakings, several have been reported felt by those in the Missouri bootheel.

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None of these quakes alone would be any reason for concern. The fact that there appears to be an ongoing swarm is something interesting to pay attention to though.

You can check all of the recorded earthquakes in America over the past few days anytime you want through the official USGS earthquake website.

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