A sequence of small earthquakes jolted residents in northern California on Tuesday morning.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported an preliminary 3.5 earthquake at 6:01 a.m. native time close to Pacifica, adopted by a pair of two.6 aftershocks at 6:03 and 6:04 a.m. native time.
According to CBS San Francisco, there have been no stories of harm or accidents. Residents from Santa Cruz to San Francisco felt the quakes.
The earthquakes come as sturdy winds and heavy showers influence the Bay Area, CBS San Francisco reported. California has additionally seen heavy snow and robust rain in recent weeks.
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