WICHITA, Kansas – Kansas felt an earthquake for the second time this week, this time in Harper County.
A 3.0 earthquake was felt around 7:30p.m. about 5 miles SE of Harper.
The US Geological Survey rated the earthquake as a 3.0 on the Richter scale, which is a noticeable movement in structures, but nothing dangerous.
This is the second earthquake in Southern Kansas in the past week, where Caldwell experienced a 3.6 earthquake on July 17 early in the morning.
To find out more about how earthquakes are measures on the Richter scale, click here.