SAN ANTONIO — Texas is bracing for another big earthquake, with the latest being expected to be the biggest since 1985.

The U.S. Geological Survey said Wednesday that the largest quake that has struck Texas in decades is expected to hit about 1 p.m.

(11 a.m.)

Wednesday near Galveston, about 90 miles (150 kilometers) northeast of Dallas.

The quake would be the fourth largest to hit the state since 1985, when it registered 6.9 on the Richter scale.

Texas has seen an average of two earthquakes per year since 2015, with three of those being felt as far south as San Antonio.

In recent years, the state has seen at least one quake every 30 days, the last of which was on Jan. 10.