It happened again -- and then again! 

A day after an earthquake rocked East Tennessee and part of Georgia, two more quakes were recorded Thursday. 

A small 1.5-magnitude quake was recorded in Kingston. The USGS map showed it happened around 10:20 a.m. and showed a 17.6-kilometer depth.

Kingston - 1.5 magnitude quake
A 1.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded in Kingston, Tennessee Thursday at 10:20 a.m.
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Then, around 1:46 p.m. Thursday, USGS recorded another one in Blaine, Tennessee. It was a 2.7-magnitude earthquake and had a depth of 4.8 kilometers.

There have been multiple earthquakes across the area in recent weeks. 

A 4.4 magnitude earthquake was felt across East Tennessee and into parts of Georgia and North Carolina on Wednesday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, followed by a 3.3 magnitude earthquake and two other aftershocks.

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The earthquake happened around 4:15 a.m. and had a depth of about 9 kilometers with an epicenter several miles outside of Decatur, Tennessee, the USGS said on its website. 

 2.3 magnitude earthquake was felt by residents in Seymour on Sunday.

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A slightly larger earthquake was reported in Roane County around 12:30 a.m. Saturday. That 2.7 earthquake had a depth of 11 miles. 

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Want to report if you felt it or not to USGS? Click here for the first earthquake and here for the second.