SHOOTING STAR: A meteor lit up the night sky across the St. Louis, Missouri metro area Monday during the height of the Northern Taurids shower. 🌠 pic.twitter.com/KcQTXnjQme— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 12, 2019
I thought my sister fell in the shower, but apparently it was a meteor crashing into HWY N and hopewell pic.twitter.com/vnOFVeKuEc— Claudia Wallace (@claudiaxwallace) November 12, 2019
In case y’all were wondering about stl today: it was 68° yesterday, rained all night, sleeted this morning, snowed enough to close schools for today and tomorrow, iced up even worse, THEN to be EXTRA extra, we had a huge meteor light up the sky (as if the weather wasn’t enough🤷🏼♀️) pic.twitter.com/1vPepCsLpx— miss nyss🧡🍁🍂 (@spasticsparkles) November 12, 2019
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