CLEVELAND — Monday marked an interesting day in Northeast Ohio as an earthquake was recorded off the coast of Eastlake.

Residents from Cleveland through Lake County reported feeling the quake, which happened just before 11 a.m.

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The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reported that a "naturally occurring" earthquake struck a half-mile off the coast of Eastlake along the south edge of Lake Erie. The earthquake registered at 4.2 and was followed by a series of aftershocks ranging from 2.1 to 2.5.

Earthquakes are not rare in Ohio. Seismologists say we tend to experience up to a dozen in one year. What is rare are the higher magnitude quakes.

When it comes to feeling the tremors from an earthquake, Ohio Department of Natural Resources Seismologist Jeff Fox said it all depends where you're standing.

“It depends on where you are within the structure, if you’re on upper floors you’ll tend to feel the earthquake more than those who are on ground level,” he said.

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