The USGS reported a 3.6 tremor at a depth between 2.4 and 3.1 miles about 10 miles north of Mineral Wells early Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. USGS reported the tremor occurred at 1:58 a.m. Thursday. Officials said there were no reports of damage or injuries. There was a 2.8 magnitude earthquake reported about 14 miles south-southwest of Jacksboro as well. That was recorded at 2:41 a.m. Thursday. On Facebook, Debbie Brock noted that her brother called at 2 a.m. and asked if she felt the earthquake. "I didn't but my neighbors did," she wrote. Carla Wood wrote that she "slept through the whole thing but it woke my husband." Debbie Davis Perrine wrote that she was located "right in the middle of where it all took place, I guess I never knew a thing about it." These two are the latest in a series of earthquakes - reported as 22 in November - that have occurred in the North Texas area and the closest to Possum Kingdom Lake. The series began near Azle and Springtown where a number of earthquakes have been reported. The one reported north of Mineral Wells has been the strongest. Brazos River Authority officials have also reported that any tremors within 60 miles of Possum Kingdom Lake requires a dam inspection, per an internal policy. Judi Pierce, BRA information officer, reported Tuesday that inspectors found no damage at Morris Sheppard Dam.