The Associated Press is reporting that the meteor that streaked across Montana early Tuesday morning landed in eastern Washington.

A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman in Seattle says a Horizon Airlines pilot say the meteorite hit at around 6:45 a.m. near State Route 26 and Lind-Hatton Road in the southeast corner of Adams County. (click here for map)

There have been no reports of damage and sheriff's dispatchers say they aren't aware of any meteorite landing in the area.

Authorities say they have been inundated with calls from Kalispell, Plains, Missoula, Hot Springs, the Bitterroot Valley and Spokane, Washington of a bright light in the sky Tuesday morning. Callers described the phenomenon as bright blue in color.

Meanwhile, a Federal Aviation Administration duty officer in Seattle confirms that the streaking light in the sky was a meteor.

The officer, who would not give his name, told The Associated Press that it was seen by pilots from Boise, Idaho, westward well into Washington state.

Montana's News Station also received reports of a fire ball that lit up the sky in western Montana at around 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Reports have come in from Victor to Ninemile and several people in the Blue Mountain area in Missoula have reported seeing the spectacle.

Viewers have called in to report seeing the sky light up from Ronan to between Billings and Livingston.

We talked with the National Weather Service office in Missoula and they tell us that nothing showed up on their radar Tuesday morning, but they received calls of the incident. They say from initial appearances it looks like a meteor crossed the area.

We'll have more on this story as information becomes available.