Late last night, around 11 p.m. when everyone but the USGS was asleep, a tiny 2.3-magnitude earthquake struck about a mile northeast of Berkeley. According to Bay City News, "many Berkeley residents said they did not feel the temblor," nor did anyone seem to notice the 1.8-magnitude aftershock about an hour later.

Not a single person reported the quake on the USGS "Did You Feel it Map", but we promise to update further if we hear any reports of toppled lawn furniture or fallen body wash.