MILLINGTON, Tenn. — As storms rolled through the area on Monday, some in Millington might have felt shaking of a different kind.
Just after 8 a.m. local time, a magnitude 2.6 earthquake shook those near Meeman- Shelby Forest State Park.
The University of Memphis Center for Earthquake Research and Information reported the quake had a depth of 4.5 Km, or 2.8 miles.
A 2.6 is hard to feel as most people can’t feel anything less than a 4.0.
It’s just a reminder the Mid-South sits on a major fault line.