EUREKA (CBS13) – A magnitude 6.5 earthquake shook off the coast of far Northern California Thursday morning.

The US Geological Survey says the earthquake happened at 6:49 a.m. about 110 miles southwest of Eureka. According to the USGS map, the quake occurred on one of the main fault lines of the Pacific plate.

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The National Weather Service Tsunami Warning Center says no tsunami is expected in California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia or Alaska.

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Originally, the quake registered as a 6.8 magnitude, but has since been revised to a 6.5 magnitude.

USGS has fielded few reports so far of people feeling the rumbling.

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