Updated 08/28/2017

A minor earthquake was reported Sunday in Alabama.

AL.com reports according to the U.S. Geological Survey, the tremor was a magnitude 2.2 recorded shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday in the northeast part of the state.

The quake was logged shortly less than a mile north-northeast of Jamestown, roughly 10 miles east-southeast of Fort Payne and 30 miles southeast of Scottsboro.

The Geological Survey says a 2.2-magnitude earthquake produces weak shaking and does not cause damage. It was the eighth such tremor in the northern portion of Alabama since February.

Also, a 2.1-magnitude earthquake was documented early Thursday morning in western Alabama near the Mississippi state line.