We're accustomed to seeing earthquakes near Challis or in southeastern Idaho. But, today, there has been an earthquake in Northern Idaho.

Is it possible this wasn't a quake, but just the sound of Canadians beginning to erect a wall to keep all of the Americans attempting to escape the election results out? I'm just asking.

The USGS is registering this shaker as a 3.2 which is nothing crazy, but not incredibly minor either. It appears it was centered almost exactly in between Spokane and Missoula near the Montana border.

Is it possible this wasn't a quake, but just the sound of Canadians beginning to erect a wall to keep all of the Americans attempting to escape the election results out? I'm just asking.

A quake of this size is barely worth mentioning, however we again remember bigger Idaho quakes do happen.