A 6.1 magnitude earthquake was reported off the coast of Hawaii Sunday afternoon.
At 11:49 a.m., a preliminary magnitude 6.1 earthquake was reported off the coast of the Big Island.
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency officials say that there is no tsunami threat to the Hawaiian Islands.
The United States Geological Survey says that this earthquake is not associated with a swarm of deep earthquakes near Pahala on Hawaii's south-central coast, which has been ongoing for a few years.
In the past century, there has been 63 earthquakes magnitude 5 or greater within 100 km of today's event, including 15 earthquakes of magnitude 6 or larger, the USGS stated Sunday evening.