Fireball Lights Up Southern Californian Sky

Some Southern Californians caught quite the lightshow Wednesday night when a giant fireball was reported streaking across the night sky.

Many witnesses reported seeing a bright flash in the sky around 8 p.m. last night. According to Fox News, forecasters say the flash was most likely a meteor, which the National Weather Service explains probably came from the South Taurids meteor shower, which has been most active in early November.

Didn’t see it happen with your own eyes? Check out the video captured of the fireball below.

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