An earthquake shook parts of Camden County, NJ early this morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the 2.1 magnitude quake occurred at 12:13am. It was felt in Lindenwold, Pine Hill, Clementon and Echelon.
Viewers called into the FOX29 newsroom with concerns about a possible explosion, and their homes shaking.
So far there have been no reports of injuries or damage.
Winter Storm Warnings are now in effect for where the heaviest snow has set up. They include Philadelphia, Delaware, New Castle, Camden, Gloucester, Burlington, Cumberland and E. Chester Counties. Warnings in effect till midnight.
The heaviest snow will drop 4-6" from Wilmington through Philly to Trenton. The highest amounts will be New Castle Co through interior south Jersey, 6-8+" possible.
Snow tapers off after 6pm this evening. An icy rain later tonight.