Rutland locals have been taking to Twitter all morning to say how the 3.5 earthquake affected them:
Nottinghamshire and England cricketer Stuart Broad also told of his mum's cup of tea being spilled:
Read more: Bigger 3.5 earthquake hits the Rutland area
Another earthquake measuring 3.5 has struck the Rutland area of the East Midlands, which has come 24 hours after a 3.2-magnitude hot the area.
More: 3.2 magnitude earthquake in Rutland, East Midlands
Initial data released by the British Geological Survey (BGS) said the latest quake struck the Oakham area at around 7.50am today.
In comments posted on the BGS Facebook page, residents in the Rutland area and neighbouring Lincolnshire claimed the latest quake was more powerful than the first.
Facebook user Dave Stevens said: "Yesterday's was a sudden loud bang. This morning's felt more like the 2008 Market Rasen quake. It really rattled the doors of my shower!"
The earthquake felt in Rutland this morning was not powerful enough to have caused any significant damage, according to the British Geological Survey (BGS).
A spokesman for the organisation said earth movement measured this morning was around 100,000 times smaller than a recent 8.2 magnitude Chile earthquake.
In terms of energy release, the Rutland quake was 33-and-a-half-million times smaller.
The BGS says it has had 265 reports from members of the public who say they have felt the quake, with the furthest away coming from Wellingborough, 45 kilometres (27 miles) to the south.
Read: Rutland rocked by 3.2 magnitude earthquake
Rutland felt a minor earthquake measuring 3.2 magnitude this morning, the British Geological Survey has confirmed.
Data from BGS shows the impact centred at Oakham at 07:07 this morning, with a depth of 4 kilometres.
Read: Rutland residents report earthquake
The British Geological Survey says it is looking into reports of an 'earthquake' felt in Rutland, central England today.
Read: Rutland residents 'feel earthquake'
Several Twitter users in central England have reported tremors akin to a small earthquake this morning.