The U.S. Geological Survey report that another earthquake rolled in central Nebraska.
Based off reports from the USGS, the earthquake was a magnitude of 2.7 and hit just before 9:00 a.m.
The epicenter was about four miles southeast of Arnold, Nebraska. Their information says that it was about 5 miles deep.
The USGS shows that there have been numerous small earthquakes that have occurred since April, the largest being a magnitude of 4.1 on June 30.