The National Weather Service says the bright flash and loud noise that has been heard throughout southwest Michigan was "likely" a meteor, but they will continue to monitor feeds.
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As of 10:35 p.m. on Tuesday, the American Meteor Society had more than 200 fireball reports spanning six states and Canada
A majority of the reports come from southeast Michigan, but there are also reports in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The northern most report, as of 10:30 Tuesday night, came north of Tawas. The eastern-most report came northwest of Pittsburgh, the western edge on the Illinois western border and southern most northeast of Bloomington, Ill.
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