It happened on Sunday night and I didn’t even know about it!
The United States Geological Survey agency has reported a 2.3 magnitude earthquake in western North Carolina. The earthquake happened around 9 p.m. Sunday. It was located about two miles southwest of Valley Hill in Henderson County.
No word on any damage. The Carolina’s are known to have small earthquakes every once in a while. The largest ever reported was a magnitude of 5.1. That happened way back in 1916.