ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - *Updated at 11:30am on 1/13/2019
The USGS has adjusted the measurements of Sunday morning's aftershock to a magnitude of 5.0.
The event was initially listed as a 5.1 & later raised to 5.4.
The 7:45 a.m. quake was centered 14 kilometers northwest of Anchorage, near Point Mackenzie.
The Tsunami warning center says the quake had a magnitude of 5.0 and was at a depth of 28 miles. The center said there was no tsunami danger.
It's one of the stronger aftershocks felt by Alaskans since November 30's magnitude 7 shaker that damaged homes and infrastructure.