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Did You Feel It? Another Little Rumbler Shook Santa Clarita Valley

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This morning a 3.2 quake hit the area 8 miles northeast of Santa Clarita at 11:23 a.m.

The Santa Clarita Valley has been a little quake-y lately. Earlier this month, a 4.2 quake hit the area followed by some perceptible aftershocks.

Let us know if you felt it.

It wasn't that large, so there's no damage or dramatic videos up on YouTube but ABC does have a quake cam that shows you what a relatively small quake looks like on a seismometer.