The temperatures on Monday morning at Edmonton Blatchford station were 39 ° C with 26 km / h wind gusts up to 38 km / h from the west, north-west

It’s just before 6:30 a.m. and here I sit in my office with the curtains drawn like a fool (a damn fool, I say) when a grazing meteor hums the early morning sky in Edmonton. It wasn’t long before that Internet was crowded and everyone was asking, “Did you just see this?” No, no, I haven’t

Luckily the internet is unbeaten and the Twitter user @FamilyLines was able to capture the grazing comet with a Google Nest camera A second video from user @KixxAxe was also posted online shortly afterwards via the Google Nest Cam Very cool!

Another view here from Twitter user @JoshuaKayne Thank you doorbell cameras! If you caught the fireball (6:23 am) in front of the camera, you can report it here

If you caught the #fireball (#meteor) in the #yeg area at 6:23 a.m. today, the best place to report is https: // tco / Ws5yHhUkeI We’re checking our cameras to see if how we caught them – stay tuned!

And another great look at the meteor uploaded to the American Meteor Society’s YouTube page

Today we see another wonderfully warm day on the weather front, albeit one with a lot of wind

I could hear the gusts beating against the side of my house tonight and early morning. Forecasters are calling for 30-50 mph winds all day today and by tomorrow Looks like we’re over for the next four days zero Have fun!

Today: This morning wind clears westwards 30 km / h to 50 high 6 C UV index 1 or low

Tonight: Clear this morning, then partly cloudy with a probability of 30 percent for storms. Wind west 20 km / h. Gusts up to 40 will be bright this evening. Low -5 C Wind Chill -9 overnight

Morning: A mixture of sun and clouds with a 30 percent probability of severe weather. The wind is to the northwest 20 km / h and in the late morning blows to 40 high plus 3 wind showers minus 11 a.m. UV index 1 or low over Clear at night Low -6 C

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