It's been a shaky few days in Concord, California, with a series of magnitude 3+ earthquakes hitting that area since Sunday. All based in the worrisome Concord Fault the latest was another 3.6 magnitude quake that struck at 7:32 this morning.

The 3.6 follows a 3.2 reported in the area at 7:01 this morning, says the US Geological Survey.

According to the USGS, the latest temblor's epicenter was the same as the the last several quakes felt in the area, including Sunday's 3.6 that was felt across the Bay Area.

This morning's quakes had a depth of 8.6 miles and were located a mile south-southwest of downtown Concord and 2 miles northeast of Pleasant Hill, the USGS reports.

Early results from the most recent quake on the USGS's "Did You Feel It?" map suggest that this morning's shaking wasn't felt much outside the immediate area. At publication time, no damages or injuries have been reported.

Did you feel the shaking where you are?

Previously: Concord Fault That Caused Sunday Quake Has Major Damage Potential
Whoa! 3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes East Bay