SAN DIEGO -- A series of small earthquakes shook eastern San Diego County Wednesday afternoon.
USGS reported a 4.2-magnitude earthquake centered about 8 miles northeast of Julian around 4:20 p.m., followed by a 3.1-magnitude shaker.
Shortly before 8 p.m., USGS reported a 3.8-magnitude quake in the area.
There were no immediate reports of structural damage or injuries.
"All the shelves were moving, the bottles were shaking. It was just too scary," said a cashier at a store in Julian. "When it happened, I thought somebody was doing something outside...and then I thought about it; it's not someone, it's the whole store."
People in Santee, El Cajon, Escondido, Vista, and Kearny Mesa told FOX 5 they felt the earthquakes.