An earthquake struck North Central Indiana early Thursday morning.
No reports of injuries or damage at this time.
NBC News posted a photo to Twitter showing cracks in the snow as an affect of the minor quake.
Earthquakes that range from 3.5 - 4.2 on the Richter Scale occure about 30,000 times per year. The last quake felt in Kokomo was about a year ago and lasted about 10 seconds, Kokomo police Major Tony Arnett said to the Chicago Sun Times.