A magnitude 2.5 earthquake shook Northern California Thursday afternoon, according to United States Geologic Survey officials.
Officials report the quake was centered about seven miles southwest of Woodland.
No injuries or damage have been reported at this time.
It's the second earthquake to affect the area today. About 13 miles from Woodland a 3.1 magnitude earthquake shook Cottonwood. In Yountville, about 60 miles west of Woodland, a 2.7 earthquake hit the area Thursday, as well.
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