An earthquake at the southern end of Puget Sound caught the attention of a few people Saturday night, but no damage was reported.
The 3.5-magnitude quake, which began around 11:25 p.m., was centred about 15 kilometres northeast of Olympia, Washington and at a depth of 58 km, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
KCPQ said residents in Puyallup, Roy and Port Orchard reported feeling the quake.
Early Sunday morning, another small quake was reported well off the coast of Vancouver Island. The Earthquake Monitoring Service of Canada reported the 4.0-magintude quake, which began around 3 a.m., was more than 200 km west of Tofino, about 10 km below the surface.