A 4.6 magnitude earthquake rattled the Anchorage area early Tuesday morning.

The tremors were felt in a large portion of Southcentral Alaska, including on the Kenai Peninsula and north toward Talkeetna around 6:47 a.m. local time. The earthquake was centered near Eagle River, about 12 miles northeast of Anchorage. According to the Alaska Earthquake Center, it had a depth of 17.5 miles.

No immediate reports of any injuries or structural damage were noticed in the area. According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, there was no tsunami danger from the earthquake.

The staff at Alaska Public Media studio in Anchorage reported feeling a brief, sharp shake but no aftershock.

This is a developing story.