OHIO — The U.S. Geological Survey documented a 3.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Mahoning County over the weekend. 

According to the USGS, the earthquake occurred near Maple Ridge on Saturday and was about 3.6 miles in depth. Reports show it was lightly felt by residents, stretching up to Cuyahoga Falls and areas outside of Parma.

The temors were rated weak, which meant there was no damage to any structures and little shaking. 

This isn't the first earthquake in northeast Ohio this year. According to USGS, Lake County was hit with two earthquakes within a week in January — a 2.6-magnitude earthquake and the other with a magnitude of 2.3. Then in February, there was another 2.1-magnitude earthquake just north of Lake County. 

(Courtesy of the USGS)