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Flashing light, loud ‘boom’ over SE WI, Michigan may have been a meteor; NWS investigating

DETROIT — There were several reports of a flashing light in the sky and a loud “boom” noise Tuesday evening after SE Wisconsin and Michigan residents recorded what officials say may have been a meteor.

WJBT reports that several residents reported the incident from Ann Arbor to Detroit, with some saying they felt the ground shake. FOX6 News viewers said they saw a bright flash in the sky Tuesday evening.

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Dispatch centers in West Michigan say they also received reports of a flash of light in the sky. Reports were made in Barry, Ionia and Ottawa counties.

The National Weather Service tweeted that there was no thunder or lightning in the area, and that it was likely caused by a meteor. The are continuing to monitor feeds from astronomical agencies for confirmation Tuesday night.

This is a developing story.