A 4.7 magnitude earthquake was registered in Soda Springs, Idaho, at 8:32 p.m. Thursday.
According to the United States Geological Survey, the earthquake struck about 14 miles from the city, sending seismic waves into western Wyoming and northern Utah.
Soda Springs is 132 miles northeast of Salt Lake City, so people in the Utah capital’s metro area likely didn’t feel much, if anything. People in the northernmost areas of the Beehive State may have felt a rumble.
According to livescience.com, a 5.5 magnitude earthquake can be felt as far away as 300 miles from the epicenter.
While the Idaho quake was the largest in the U.S. on Thursday, it wasn’t the only one in the region. Monroe also got a small shake, registering a 2.7 magnitude earthquake.