M3.6 with a ridiculous intensity map for this size of earthquake.
I'm quite sad that the USGS isn't producing the fault plane solutions. The 6 may be out of line, but there are a lot of 4's. Normally a 3.6 is weak. Some of these higher intensities may be a result of previous weakening.
If these are thrusts along what I have identified as a main thrust fault, then this is just the beginning. We've already had a few of these quite a while ago. I've been expecting lots of M5 thrusts for almost a year now, but I'd settle for M4.5. :)
A big Christmas present for those injecting, since there will be a drop in pressure, and the commensurate increase in volume. An M5 thrust will affect the whole organism.
Update: After bugging the usgs forever, I have come to the conclusion that the recent shallow thrust M4.2 can't have a fault plane solution, probably because there are not enough distant stations. We'll wait for the big ones, then.
Update2: M4.0 in an isolated area up north. Probably strike-slip. No felt responses yet. Down to 3.7, and must have been really deep, since practically nobody felt it.
Update3: Interesting that a weak M4, normal strike-slip gets a solution right away, but the shallow thrust never did.