On Monday morning, temperatures at Edmonton Blatchford station were 39 C with winds of 26 km / h gusting to 38 km / h from the west, northwest

It’s just before 6:30 a.m. and here I am sitting in my office with the curtains drawn like a fool (a hell of a fool, I say) when a streaked meteor buzzes the sky early in the morning in Edmonton It hasn’t took a long time before the internet was buzzing and everyone was wondering ‘did you just see this?’ No, no, I didn’t

Fortunately, the internet is undefeated and Twitter user @FamilyLines was able to capture the striped comet via a Google Nest camera A second video of user @KixxAxe was uploaded shortly after also via Google Nest cam Very cool!

Another view here from Twitter user @JoshuaKayne Thanks doorbell cameras! If you catch the fireball (6:23 am) on camera, you can report it here

If you caught the #fireball (#meteor) at 6:23 am in the #yeg area today the best place to report it is https: // tco / Ws5yHhUkeI We are checking our cameras to see if we have it captured – stay tuned!

And yet, here’s another glimpse of the meteor uploaded to the American Meteor Society’s YouTube page

Meteorologically speaking, we envision another beautifully warm day today, although it is very windy

I could hear the gusts banging on the side of my house overnight and early this morning Forecasters are calling for 30-50 km / h winds most of the day today and extending into tomorrow On looks like we’ll be above zero for the next four days, so enjoy!

Today: clearing early this morning Winds west 30 km / h gusting to 50 High 6 C UV index 1 or low

Tonight: Clear skies early tonight Cloudy thereafter with 30 percent chance of flurries Wind west 20 km / h gusting to 40 this evening Low -5 C Wind chill -9 overnight

Tomorrow: A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of flurries Wind becoming northwest 20 km / h gusting to 40 late in the morning High plus 3 Wind chill minus 11 AM UV Index 1 or low Clear overnight Low -6 C

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World News – CA – Edmonton Weather: Waking up to a lot of wind, oh, and a meteor

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