There was some early-morning shaking happening south of the Coachella Valley Friday. Four earthquakes hit just minutes apart from one another. The first one was a magnitude 3.2, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It happened at 4:47 a.m. Then, one minute later, three 3.0 magnitude shakers, all hit within seconds of each other at 4:48 a.m. There are no immediate reports of injuries or damages.

Here's how the U.S.G.S. breaks down the science of the earthquakes:

4:47:25 a.m. - a 3.2-magnitude earthquake hit 14 miles from Anza

4:48:42 a.m. - a 3.0-magnitude earthquake hit 15 miles from Borrego Springs

4:48:52 a.m. - another 3.0-magnitude earthquake hit 16 miles from Borrego Springs

4:48:56 a.m. - the final 3.0-magnitude earthquake hit 14 miles from Anza

The depth of the quakes ranged from 3.4 miles deep to 5.7 miles deep.