UPDATE, Wednesday, 11:10 a.m.: The magnitude of Tuesday night's earthquake centered in Waterboro, ME was downgraded from a 4.6 to a 4.0, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The U.S.G.S. reported online that the quake was "felt throughout much of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont."
Original story: While the earthquake Tuesday evening was centered in Maine, the effects of it could be felt all the way down on the South Fork of Long Island.
According to the U.S.G.S., the earthquake was measured 5-km west of Hollis Center, ME, at about 7:12 p.m.
Some residents of Montauk, Springs and Hampton Bays quickly commented on Facebook that they felt the quake.
The epicenter was about 20 miles west of Portland, and was felt about 100 miles southwest of Portland in Boston, according to NBC News, which reported it was a shallow quake at 3.1 miles deep.
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We certainly have felt other earthquakes before. On Aug. 23, 2011, people all over the East End felt a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that happened northwest of Richmond, VA.
On Nov. 30, 2010, the USCS recorded a 3.9 magnitude earthquake about 80 miles south-southeast of Southampton, which was classified as a "minor" and bordering on "small" earthquake.