A second moderate-size earthquake in just a few hours struck the Bay Area Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

A 3.4 magnitude quake struck the North Bay at 7:13 a.m. Earlier Saturday a 3.0 magnitude temblor struck the East Bay about 9 miles northwest of Livermore and 17 miles west of Fremont.

The North Bay quake was located about 4 miles north of Calistoga, USGS officials said.

U.S. Geological Survey Two earthquakes registering at magnitudes 3.0 and 3.4 hit the Bay Area the morning of Saturday, April 10, 2021, near Livermore and Calistoga, respectively. A swarm of 15 much smaller earthquakes hit near The Geysers in the 24 hours prior.

A swarm of 15 much smaller earthquakes hit near The Geysers, about 28 miles northeast of Calistoga, area over the past 24 hours. The strongest quake in that area only reached a magnitude of 2.0.

Nik Wojcik of SFBay contributed to this report.

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