A number of viewers throughout the Susquehanna Valley have contacted News 8 about a bright light they saw in the night sky, and an explosion they heard and felt early Monday morning.

"At approx. 1:05 a.m. my wife and I were outside enjoying the cool evening and we saw a bright flash of light and a few seconds later we heard a series of explosions. Do you have any information on that?" read one.

"I just wanted to report something very strange. At about 1:10 AM while laying in bed. We heard and felt a deep rumble, the house shook and we felt either an explosion shock wave or an earth quake," read another.

News 8 has been looking into the reports and contacted a member of the American Meteor Society, Robert Lunsford, who said it was likely a "fireball," a brighter than normal meteor. Lunsford also said it was likely larger than a normal meteor.

"I now have 15 reports of this object," he said. "It is most certainly a fireball, one that survived low enough to have produced a sonic boom and produce possible fragments on the ground (meteorites) near its end point."

Lunsford said he received reports from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland. No confirmed impact site has yet been found, according to Lunsford.

People in our u local forum have said they saw the fireball in Adams County, Lancaster County, Lebanon County, York County, and even in Chester County. Some say it lit the whole night sky. You can read those reports here.