MILWAUKEE -- A possible meteor lights up the sky overnight. There are reports coming in from witnesses across the Midwest, many here in Wisconsin.The American Meteor Society has received over 185 reports so far about of a fireball event seen over Wisconsin on Monday, February 6th around 1:27 a.m.The Glendale Police Department indicated one of its officers caught the flash in the sky on a squad dash camera around 1:30 a.m.One witness in the Oshkosh area says it shook their building. The Oshkosh Police Department confirms they received several reports of a loud boom. One officer says he saw a streak of light just east of the city.Below is a video caught from the roof of the Atmospheric, Oceanic & Space Sciences Building on the University of Wisconsin campus.The green fireball was seen primarily from Illinois and Wisconsin but witnesses from Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, New York, Kentucky, Minnesota and Ontario (Canada) also reported the event.
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