Did you see that? What lit up the sky in southeast Texas Sunday night? Find out Monday on Houston Life at 3 p.m.

‘NEVER seen anything that big and bright.’

Houston – Around 10:00 p.m. Sunday night a mysterious light was seen in the sky over southeast Texas. Was it a comet? Was it a shooting star? People are taking to social media to find out. Did you see it? Please comment below. Houston Life reached out to viewers who posted about it on Twitter. Jaz wrote, “It happened so quick I was driving.”

Mike Burkett told Houston Life, “Was just glancing out of the window. I’ve done lots of Astrophotography of meteors and have NEVER seen anything that big and bright.”

Richard R. wrote, “Saw it in San Antonio too.”

At 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, KPRC 2 meteorologist Justin Stapleton will join us in studio to discuss this mysterious light in the sky.

Did you see that? What lit up the sky in southeast Texas Sunday night? (Copyright 2022 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)
ur dark sky was lit up overnight with what appeared to be a bright light streaking across the night sky. People throughout Texas up into Indiana reported seeing this streak of light-- a suspected fireball. If you were up late Sunday night, you might have seen one streaking across the sky.

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