Sky lights rise up as the fireball lights up over the night of Florida's Saturday

By Brian Lada, AccuWeather meteorologist and employee writer
March 31, 2019, 3:38:50 PM EDT

The green sky turned over the southeastern States on Saturday night when a fireball lit up in the night sky.

More than 200 people from Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina report that the fireball was visible during the night, according to the American Meteor Society (AMS) event page.

Florida fireball

(Image / Eve Pro Guides)

The meteor ascended the Earth's environment just east of Tallahassee, Florida, in accordance with the AMS report.

The glow from the burning meteor was so clear that it made a blind screen for a few seconds before light shone out.

It is not known if the meteor reached the ground, or if it was wholly burned in the atmosphere.


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No incidents like these are rare and rare, but they are much clearer than the normal jacket for shower.

On early 29 March, 2019, over 300 people saw a fireball flowing over the east side of Tennessee. People had been seen across the area.

On February 1, 2019, a meteor exploded on the west side of Cuba with some pitches flying on to the ground. No one was badly injured, but the explosion was heard as far away as south Florida.

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