CALDWELL, Kan. -

A small earthquake shook parts of Sumner County again.

The newest quake hit about 11.2 miles northwest of Caldwell, near the same spot as Monday's quake.

Cowley County emergency management said the 3.3-magnitude quake hit just after 8 a.m. Tuesday.

There are no reports of damage. Some viewer report their windows rattling and what "sounded like a bomb" detonating nearby.

It is the third earthquake to hit in the area since Dec. 16.

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An earthquake has rattled south central Kansas for the second time in weeks.

The US Geological Survey reports a 3.9 magnitude quake about 11 miles northwest of Caldwell just after 3 a.m. Monday.

Emergency management officials say there have been no reports of damage.

A 3.8 magnitude earthquake was recorded in the same area Dec 16.

Did you feel the quake?  Let the USGS know about it by clicking the link below.

USGS 'Did You Feel It' Website