Apparently, California no longer has a monopoly on earthquakes.

For the fifth time this month, a quake rattled residents near the Alabama-Florida state line.

The latest shakeup occurred Sunday about two miles east of Century, Florida, according to a report by the U.S. Geological Survey. No injuries or damages were reported in the 2.7 magnitude quake.

The string of Alabama-Florida earthquakes began on March 6, when a 3.1 magnitude quake rocked Flomation, Alabama, sending shock waves that could be felt across the state line in Florida. Another followed on March 11 and two more occurred on March 13. While the earthquakes might seem unusual, a rep for the Alabama Geological Investigations Program says they’re part of “normal seismic activity.”