WARNER SPRINGS, Calif. — Did you feel it? An earthquake struck northeast of San Diego early Sunday morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the 3.6 magnitude quake hit the Warner Springs area at 7:17 a.m. The earthquake had a depth of 8.6 km.
Warner Springs is an unincorporated community in northern San Diego County.
We asked on the News 8 Facebook page, “Did you feel it?” And dozens of people sounded off this morning:
Sharon: Yes, felt it in San Marcos. It woke me up!
Amelia: Yes felt in Santee.
Westcoast Styles: Felt it in El Cajon, windows rattled.
Lana: Yep rolled through Ramona
Patricia: Didn’t feel it here in Chula Vista.
Doris: It woke me up.
Moira: Felt it in Carlsbad.
Marsha: Yup in Lakeside but was quick
Alicia: Yes I felt it in san marcos! It was a small rumble
Gail: Felt in south county also