TULSA, Oklahoma - Two earthquakes rattled Oklahoma early Monday in Garfield County.  The USGS says that second quake, which many felt across northern and eastern Oklahoma was magnitude 4.3 quake.

The first was a magnitude 3.3 quake that was reported shortly after 4:25 a.m. Its epicenter was between Perry and Oklahoma City.  And the second one was a magnitude 4.3 quake reported about 5:20 a.m. Its epicenter, like the first, was between Perry and Oklahoma City.

The largest recorded earthquake in state history, a magnitude 5.8 quake struck just north of Pawnee on September 3rd, 2016, causing damage in and around the community.