Did you hear a boom in the upstate New York last night? Have you ever seen a line of light in the night sky?
If so, you are not alone.
Witnesses traveling from Virginia to New York to Quebec told the American Meter Society Monday night that they had seen the fireball. Take a look at Oswego County.
A video taken by a doorbell camera in the city of Oswego shows a flash of light in the night sky. After the flash came a loud, spectacular boom. The video, taken at 9:21 p.m., near Miller Street, was provided by a witness and posted on the Meteor Society’s website.
Reports less than a week after an I.P. Meter exploded in Central New York. The Shaking the house, the sonic boom sounded like an explosionSurprising residents of Central New York and beyond.
Three reports of Monday night’s fire came from Upstate New York. They were kept at a distance of about three hours, according to the Society’s logs: 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm and 9:20 pm
The largest firefighting news event occurred at 7:30 p.m. The Meter Society received 155 reports from witnesses – mostly in Ontario and Kibbach – who, according to the Meteorological Society’s logos, saw a fireball in the sky. Witnesses in the Catskills and Albany region also saw a fire extinguished in the sky.
An hour later, a second fireball program was reported to the Meter Society. Most of the reports from 28 Witnesses were in Pennsylvania. But a fire extinguisher was set up in the southeast of Courtland, according to the Society’s logs.
The fireball in Oswego was presented to the Weather Society last night. So far, only one witness reported hearing a boom and seeing a flash of light.
Did you see a sharp rise in the night sky or a flash of light in or out of Central New York? Let us know. You can share photos or videos with our readers by sending them to [email protected].
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