(SFGATE) — GONZALES, Calif. — A 4.6 magnitude earthquake shook Monterey County last Monday, and the area hasn’t stopped shaking since.
Last week’s widely-felt quake was centered 13 miles northeast of Gonzales, along the San Andreas Fault.
Since then, there have been 134 earthquakes within 5 kilometers (or about 3 miles) of the epicenter, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
However, most of those aftershocks weren’t felt by the Central Coast. Only 17 were stronger than a 2.5 magnitude and six were greater than 3.0, said Ole Kaven, a seismologist with the USGS.