A magnitude-5.2 earthquake occurred late Saturday night in the Southwest United States.
The temblor's epicenter was reported in Arizona at 9:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, about 31 miles northwest of Lordsburg, New Mexico, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. It had a depth of 3.1 miles.
A 3.5-magnitude aftershock occurred nine minutes later, the USGS said.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
A University of Arizona seismograph records the magnitude-5.2 earthquake that struck Saturday night near the Arizona-New Mexico border. A magnitude-3.5 temblor also registered on the seismograph nine minutes later. (Photo/University of Arizona)
The quake could be felt in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona and El Paso, Texas, the USGS reported on its website.
Well, I felt an earthquake here in Tucson about 25 minutes ago. Wow. I understand a 5.2 quake was centered near Deming, NM. Wow.— John W. Quinn (@johnwquinn) June 29, 2014
The quake was felt moderately in the Silver City area of southwestern New Mexico, the National Weather Service at El Paso said. None of the reports indicated any damage. The USGS website also reported that it was felt in Las Cruces, Deming, Lordsburg, Truth or Consequences and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
While temperatures will be well above average in Pittsburgh this weekend, colder air will arrive next week for the final days of 2014.
After a blustery and cold weather pattern earlier in the week, temperatures will rebound across the Detroit area and winds will die down for the weekend.
After a blustery, cold weather pattern earlier in the week, temperatures will rebound and winds will die down for the weekend.
Mild weather will continue in the Boston area through this weekend, ahead of more typical cold conditions for next week.
Mild weather will continue in the Washington, D.C., area through this weekend, ahead of more typical cold conditions for next week.
As holiday travelers head home from the Chicago area, conditions will feel colder with the chance of some showers over the weekend.
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