Of course you all know we on the East Coast were hit with an earthquake with the magnitude of a 5.8. It's said that it's one of the hardest on record to hit, and thee record holder in the state of Virginia.
The quake was felt from as far south as Georgia and as far North as Massachusetts. The epicenter was said to be in the small town of Mineral, Virginia, 20 miles from a nuclear power plant.
Expect small aftershocks for the next few days, which could last for the next few months.
Cuddle up with your loved ones and tell them you love them. In times like these, you'll never know what else could happen next.
Up next, Hurricane Irene.....