REDWOOD VALLEY (CBS13) – A magnitude 3.6 earthquake shook near Clearlake late Tuesday morning.

The quake hit around 10:21 a.m. and was centered a little over a half-mile south west of Redwood Valley, according to the US Geological Survey. It originally registered a magnitude of 3.9, but has been since downgraded to a 3.6.

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According to USGS’s shake map, the quake was felt past Willits to the north and near Hopland to the south.

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There have been no reports of damage so far.

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The quake appears to fall along the Maacama Fault line. Several other lesser quakes happened leading up to and after the 3.9-magnitude shaker.