A magnitude 3.0 earthquake was recorded Wednesday afternoon in the same area near Monroe where a 4.6 quake shook the Puget Sound region last week, according to the United States Geological Survey.

The quake struck at 4:43 p.m. near Lord Hill Regional Park, about 17.5 miles southeast of Everett andoccurred about 17 miles below the earth’s surface.

Residents from Marysville to Kent reported feeling light shaking. A magnitude 3.0 earthquake is typically felt indoors but may not be recognized as an earthquake, as the shaking is similar to a passing truck, according to the United States Geological Survey.

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Since the 4.6 earthquake early Friday morning, there have been several smaller tremors in the area registering between magnitude 0.5 and 2.4. Small quakes are common in earthquake-prone Western Washington, which sits on top of more than a dozen large, shallow faults.

With a catastrophic earthquake from the Cascadia Subduction Zone expected to hit the region, officials say residents should prepare now.