Scientists, officials trying to figure out what shook New Jersey on Monday

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Investigating a possible earthquake on a seismograph.
Investigating a possible earthquake on a seismograph.

Tremors across the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area have been reported in the last 36 hours from North Jersey, South Jersey, and Eastern Pennsylvania.

The first tremors were reported at around 12:44 pm in the Vineland area of South Jersey. Later that night, more tremors were reported in the Essex County area. Early Tuesday morning, at around 10:20 tremors were reported near East Stroudsburg, PA.

At this point, the tremors have been unconfirmed and its not certain whether or not the incidents are related to seismic activity or earthquakes.

In those areas, witnesses reported windows vibrating and building shaking slightly. The National Weather Service said nothing has been detected that correlates with an earthquake.

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Nearly 50 reports of ground shaking were reported to VolcanoDiscovery.com, a self-reporting earthquake monitoring website, but no official sources have confirmed the tremors.

The U.S. Geological Service has not reported any earthquakes in the region.