(USA TODAY) -- A 4.7 magnitude earthquake centered 64 miles northeast of San Diego shook Southern California on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The USGS also placed the center 23 miles south of Palm Springs, Calif.
There were no immediate reports of of injury or damage.
The U-T San Diego newspaper quotes Jim Eskidge, a resident of Fletcher Hills in the eastern part of San Diego County, nearer the epicenter, as saying the "the ground shook pretty good, and the windows shook good."
The USGS initially regsistered the quake as a 5.2 magnitude before revising it downward.