- According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) there has been a small earthquake in Central Virginia, and some very light shaking was felt near the West Virginia/Virginia border.
According to the USGS, the earthquake took place at 6:39 PM EDT, Monday evening to the east of Charlottesville, Virginia, about 40 miles to the Northwest of Richmond, Virginia or 85 miles to the Southwest of Washington, D.C.
The USGS website says that some weak shaking was felt in Cross Junction, Virginia, right near the West Virginia/Virginia border in the WHAG Viewing Area.
No damage reports have been received at this time.
Stay with WHAG News for further details about this earthquake are they are received.