Folks in West Texas have been feeling a rumble down under the ground this week as parts of the state have seen 3 small earthquakes in about 12 hours this week.

Two of the earthquakes happened near the community of Snyder. The first one was a magnitude of 4.0 and happened just before 5 p.m. on Monday. The second earthquake followed at about 2:45 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Then, about an hour later, a 3.2 magnitude earthquake shook the ground near Cleburne.

Looking at the U.S. Geological Survey Website, there are no reports of major damage. More importantly, it appears no one was injured in the quakes. Some residents in North Texas reported feeling the quakes according to a story shared by ABC13.com.

West Texas is home to most of the fault zones in the state. The largest of which is the Balcones Fault