Five small earthquakes rattled the Bay Area early Monday, but no damage was reported, officials said.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, three small earthquakes were reported near Napa County community of Angwin.
A 3.0 magnitude quake centered 3 miles east-northeast of Angwin occurred at 2:01 a.m. About two minutes later, a 2.0 magnitude quake occurred 5 miles in the same direction from Angwin. At 2:21 a.m., a third earthquake, magnitude 2.1, occurred in the same area.
The epicenters of all three quakes were about 20 miles from Santa Rosa.
Two other earthquakes were reported in the Bay Area Sunday evening.
A 3.5 magnitude quake 3 miles from San Leandro occurred at 8:08 p.m., and minutes later, a 2.3 magnitude quake occurred 3 miles west of the San Francisco Zoo.
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