OKLAHOMA CITY - The US Geological Survey in Oklahoma has tweeted out a fascinating animation of Oklahoma and surrounding states earthquakes from 2004 to 2016.

The USGS says the size of dots and volumes are proportional to quake strengths.

It also tweeted out a recent map of earthquake locations and chances of damaging shaking in Oklahoma and south central Kansas.

They also tweeted out a recent map of earthquake locations and the chances of damaging and shaking in Oklahoma and south-central Kansas.