An earthquake of a 3.1 magnitude hit just short of four kilometers east-northeast of Keilir, a mountain on Reykjanes peninsula, Southwest Iceland, at 0:40 am last night.
According to a statement from the Icelandic Met Office, the earthquake was followed by two aftershocks, both of which were below a magnitude of 1.5.
The statement remarked that seismic activity is common in the region.
In December more than 1,000 earthquakes were picked up by sensors in Iceland.
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