Map from the Pacific Northwest Regional Seismic Network showing the epicenter of the earthquake.
The Pacific Northwest Regional Seismic Network reported a 2.4 magnitude earthquake at 3:36 a.m. on November 13. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 4.3 miles west of Hoquiam and 21.7 miles deep. This would have located the earthquake west of Bowerman Field and the Grays Harbor Wildlife Refuge.
Due to the depth of this low magnitude earthquake it is unlikely if anyone in the area felt it. According to the Richter Scale, an earthquake at this magnitude would have felt more like a full log truck traveling 75 miles per hour.