According to U.S. Geological Survey’s National Earthquake Center (USGS), the earthquake occurred around 2:00am in Howard County near Clarksville (see the report from WTOP here).
Here is additional information from HoCoMoJo (HoCo’s independent nonprofit news: rigorous nonpartisan journalism that explains complex issues, holds govt accountable, and engages citizens in democracy.)
And more information from the USGS:
Here is the community intensity map:
See additional details from U.S. Geological Survey’s National Earthquake Center here: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/?currentFeatureId=us6000f23j&extent=36.17336,-81.2439&extent=42.05745,-70.03784&range=search&baseLayer=terrain&timeZone=utc&search=%7B%22name%22:%22Search%20Results%22,%22params%22:%7B%22endtime%22:%222021-08-25T06:10:57.067Z%22,%22latitude%22:39.2046,%22longitude%22:-76.9454,%22maxradiuskm%22:250,%22minmagnitude%22:1,%22starttime%22:%222021-07-14T06:10:57.067Z%22%7D%7D
Here are some tweets in the #HoCoMD thread about the earthquake:
I did not feel it up here in Carroll County (of course I was asleep at the time). Did you feel it this morning? Let me know in the comments.
Did not feel it here in Columbia, but that’s because we were asleep. We absolutely felt one in Clarksville a few (maybe more than a few now!) years ago. The family was in the kitchen and one of the kids’ friends, who was from California, told us to get in the doorway. I don’t know if we were more confused about the shaking or what she told us to do.