An earthquake shook Oklahoma on Sunday morning northeast of Oklahoma City, the sixth quake in four days.

The 3.2-magnitude quake struck at around 6 a.m. Sunday morning according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

No damage was reported to the area 27 miles northeast of Oklahoma City, according to The Associated Press.

The Sunday earthquake was the sixth quake since Thursday when a 3.7-magnitude quake shook Prague. Three followed on Friday and a 2.4-magnitude quake around 7 a.m. rocked the Sparks area on Saturday.

The earthquake follows the strongest ever recorded quake in Oklahoma earlier in November: a 5.6-magnitude on Nov. 5 that brought countless aftershocks, causing a state highway to buckle in three places and destroying homes. The USGS counted ten aftershocks the day after, saying the shocks will likely continue for months.

Oklahoma typically endures 50 earthquakes per year, though it frequently gets more tornadoes.