A magnitude 3.3 earthquake was reported at 7:17 a.m. Friday morning 10 miles northeast of Enid.
The earthquake's depth was less than a mile. The quake's epicenter was 10 miles northeast of Enid and 41 miles southwest of Ponca City.
It was the first earthquake reported in Oklahoma since just after midnight on Thursday.
A recent study has linked Oklahoma's spree of earthquake's this year to fracking. For more on fracking and the reaction to it, click here.