The United States Geological Survey reports a 4.1-magnitude earthquake struck Thursday evening in Delaware Bay.
USGS originally reported the earthquake as 5.1 in magnitude, but later downgraded it to a 4.4, and then to a 4.1.
The quake happened about six miles East-Northeast of Dover.
Its shock waves were felt up and down the East Coast; in Delaware, Baltimore, Washington and even, according to some reports, New York City.
Dover Police say no damage has been reported.
Many people in the DMV area reported feeling the quake. Read the comments in the Facebook post below for their stories.
Winter and Earthquakes...time to book a vacation.