Officials said they have contacted the National Weather Service in Seattle about the incident and were told the area didn’t have any severe weather event at the time of the reported incident.
Getting reports of a flash of light and a loud boom heard in and near Grays Harbor County on the Washington coast. Given the numerous reports over a wide area it was probably a bolide -- a meteor exploding in the atmosphere. #wawx
A resource on meteor questions. https://t.co/26f9cXNM7l IF the flash in GH county was a bolide meteor, it might have hit the atmosphere an angle of about 45° relative to those who heard a sonic boom. It can take 1 1/2 to 4 mins for the boom to reach ground after the explosion.