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Originally posted by shagreen heart
Originally posted by SunflowerStar
reply to post by shagreen heart
Can't wait to see your observation. What perspective in MO are you in coordinate to the OP?
i saw the flashes. at first they were random in the sky, but all north. there is a small stormy patch on the radar just coming out of nebraska. i live north of kansas city. the only heat lightning that i've ever seen (for sure) was the orange heat lightning that strikes over KC herself in the muggy dog days and nights. so, i don't actually know what color heat lightning looks like outside of KC. we always assumed it was orange because of the pollution/exhaust. so i'm sorry if i'm limited in my experiences there. i didn't see any fireballs however. i did keep seeing blurs in the sky but that could have been my eyes playing tricks on me.
and as for the 'behind the stars' comment...
the lightning does appear to be strange looking. its extremely brief, even for lightning, it doesn't light up much of the sky, and it is intenseley white and clear, very pure looking. its striking above clouds facing north, so its probably part of that cell, but there is still an eeriness to the flashes. a mile away from our neighborhood is a trailer park and their dogs were goin wild and i heard lots of women and kids screaming. then again, it is a trailer park. sorry for the generalization haha ( i grew up in one, i know how it can be).
Originally posted by Lovelyful
I live in Florida and about two weeks ago I seen some flashes of light in the sky. I think it may be a rare case of lightening that I have never seen before...very interesting. I included a video of what it looked like. The video claims that it is a cloaked ufo..I do not.
I want to add that what I saw was constant lightening flashes with no thunder and no incoming storm. It looked like it was in a cloud, no other clouds around. Some kind of weird weather.edit on 10-9-2011 by Lovelyful because: Added response.