The United States Geological Survey confirms two earthquakes rattled North Texas on Sunday.
The USGS confirmed that the 3.2 magnitude earthquake struck about two miles north-northeast of Irving at about 10:11 a.m. Sunday.
NBC 5 viewers reported feeling the earthquake in Irving, Dallas and here at the NBC 5 studios in Fort Worth near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
The USGS also said a 2.5-magnitude quake struck four miles northeast of Irving at about 11:12 a.m.
This follows a string of earthquakes in the area just last month.
No damage or injuries have been reported with these earthquakes.
Prior to May 3, it had been over month since North Texas had its last earthquake, a 2.6-magnitude on April 2, 2015.