I tried to see if anyone had tweeted about your event but couldn't find anything so far. Its interesting but I can't think of an explanation. Why hasn't the news reported? Local even?
Originally posted by Jerisa
I will tell you the facts, I am looking for a viable answer.
Last night at 1:15am Atlantic time, in my small village of Minto, New Brunswick, Canada, there was a bright flash and then an extremely loud boom. In all my years, I can safely say that it was not any kind of thunder I have ever heard, more like a sound barrier boom, closely followed by another one.
These were so bad that they literally shook the house like a small earthquake. When I got up this morning, it was all over facebook, people talking about how it was a complete WTF moment...
One guy quoted:
not when your car almost got blown up on mainstreet spars hit my car and it shut off and wouldent start for a min, and my windshlid wipers dont work
Now that was concerning to me.....what would cause such a thing?
There is no media coverage on the event, and no tremors showed up on the EQ map.
I would like your thoughts on this, trollers don't bother as I am seriously looking for scientific answers.
Originally posted by BlueCollar1975
There were over 800 people without Power this morning in Saint John between 5-8:30Am
The radio said it was due to a thunderstorm.
This probably doesn't help too much as we are an hour away but I thought I would mention it.