A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck southern Idaho on Monday evening.

The United States Geological Survey reported that at 9:38 p.m. a shallow quake hit about 11 miles northeast of Franklin.

The quake measured about 0.2 miles beneath the surface. Its epicenter was about 4 miles north of the Utah/Idaho border in the mountains. Residents in the Bear Lake area and northern portion of Cache Valley reported feeling the tremor.