A 2.3-magnitude earthquake has been reported in the Lake District of New Hampshire

Soon, we’re digging up news about the Lake District as the US Geological Survey reports a 2.3 magnitude earthquake. The US says this happened in West Lake at about 423 this morning. Several viewers emailed to the US saying they felt the earthquake in areas like San Burton and Laconia. This is the first earthquake to shake the granite country since 1.7 magnetites

A 2.3-magnitude earthquake has been reported near Lake Winnisquam

Granite staters have reported feeling tremors early in the morning

Granite states in the Lake District reported feeling a slight tremor early Sunday morning. The US Geological Survey said areas west of Lake Winnesquam experienced a 2.3-magnitude earthquake at about 4:23 a.m., and many viewers in Laconia and Sanbornton called News9 saying they felt the shaking, and this is the first earthquake to shake parts of New Hampshire since now. An earthquake of magnitude 1.7 was detected in Lisbon on October 7, 2022.

Granite states in the Lake District reported feeling a slight tremor early Sunday morning.

The USGS says areas west of Lake Winnisquam were hit by a 2.3-magnitude earthquake at about 4:23 a.m.

Several viewers in Laconia and Sanbornton called News9 saying they felt the shaken.

This is the first earthquake to shake parts of New Hampshire since a 1.7-magnitude earthquake was detected in Lisbon on October 7, 2022.

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