At 11:49:34 UTC a 4.5 Magnitude earthquake struck 11km North of Cabazon, California.
USGS originally reported the earthquake as a 4.6 but later downgraded it to a 4.5. The quake struck along a portion of the San Andreas Fault Line and was approximately eight miles deep.
No injuries were reported, and roughly seven thousand people reported shaking at that time.
A second quake also struck the region at roughly 11:51 UTC with a magnitude of 3.2.
Residents in San Diego, Seal Beach, Victorville, Redlands, Lancaster, and other Southern California regions reported feeling the jolt caused by the quake.