Credit: United States Geological Survey
According to the United States Geological Survey, the magnitude 2.7 earthquake was felt approximately two kilometers northwest of Timberlake.
TIMBERLAKE - Did it feel like it?
According to the United States Geological Survey, Tuesday's earthquake was a magnitude 2.8.
According to the USGS, the earthquake occurred offshore about 1.9 miles north of Timberlake (which is near Eastlake) at a depth of five km. The USGS states that the earthquake occurred at 41.686degN 81.469degW.
The original report of the quake as a 2.7 magnitude earthquake was made around 8:20 AM.
A few people told 3News that they felt the shaking in the areas of Eastlake, Chesterland, and Mentor after hearing about the earthquake.
It is possible that you may recall the same area experiencing a 4.0 magnitude earthquake on June 10, 2019. Betsy Kling, 3News' Chief Meterologist, stated that the earthquake was 3.1 miles deep and 2.5 mi from Eastlake.
There were no additional details available immediately, but keep checking 3News as more information becomes available.