There have been no earthquake reports from the USGS.
But based on visual reports of meteor streaks in Oklahoma and Texas it is possible the region experience a ‘bolide’ or the breaking up of a meteor, according to the National Weather Service.
People in Cleveland, Grady, Garvin, Noble, Murray and McClain counties have all reported the boom.
There are reports of people seeing a green streak shoot across the sky.
One Twitter user said: “Meteor flew over Oklahoma City today at about 16:20, with a sonic boom and some shaking in nearby Norman!
“Was beautiful green and orange streak in the daylight.”
The North Texas Severe Weather tweeted: “Hearing reports of a large meteorite exploding over Central/Southern Oklahoma today around 4:30 PM; producing a large green flash in the sky and a loud sonic boom which could be heard south into Texoma and portions of North Texas.”
More to follow…