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Western PA flash in sky, power blip

 
Red Wood
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Western PA flash in sky, power blip
Anyone else see that flash and hear that sonic boom. Power was out for about 10 secs. I'm just south of Pittsburgh.
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Re: Western PA flash in sky, power blip
And so it begins....









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Re: Western PA flash in sky, power blip
Northside here....I was outside bout hour and 1/2 ago..and I saw flash then the tranforner across the street flashed and buzzed. Not sure why
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12/07/2012 10:12 PM
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Northside here....I was outside bout hour and 1/2 ago..and I saw flash then the tranforner across the street flashed and buzzed. Not sure why
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Hmmm, I'm at the Jersey Shore (NJ, not PA), and saw a couple of very bright flashes in the sky (Northwestern) about 6:45, no sound just two or three bright, yellow flashes. Very bright, like lightening, but it wasn't lightening.
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Re: Western PA flash in sky, power blip
bumpcastle shannon. Heard the boom. Power went out for five minutes ln just half the house.
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We lost it for only a few seconds, less than 30. But the lines outside were really buzzing as it came back.
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Re: Western PA flash in sky, power blip
is it like the one that happened over Texas this morning?

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Re: Western PA flash in sky, power blip
That's why I posted it, I had read the Texas thread this morning.

I was completely weird. We were watching a movie when the power went out and the flash happened almost at the same time. My boy also reported a loud sound, but not something like an explosion. He said sonic boom, but I don't know if he would know what that sounds like. We heard something too, but not as clear as he seemed to.

I jumped up and got to the front door to look outside. From our front door, we can see a pretty good distance as we're up on a hill. As far as I could see, lights were out. Being close to Christmas, normally I can see Christmas light several hills over. There was nothing. A few of my neighbors were also stepping outside. But in less than a minute, the lights were back on.

We have a power line pretty close to the house and a small transformer on the pole in the front yard. They were buzzing pretty good as power was coming back on and for a few minutes after. Again, we don't usually hear the lines at all. I'm not sure if it's normal for them to buzz as power comes back to a line. Any line workers want to shed some light on that? (see what I did there?)

Anyway, we've been looking on news sights for any reports, but so far nothing.
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