Best thing is stay indoors as no one can guarantee the potential for damage from smaller meteors and asteroids which are not as closely monitored by NASA's NEO program as well as the larger threats,
Residents in south Florida spotted something in the horizon that they described 'as orange or red fireballs in the sky,' according to officials. Amanda Mayer, of the West Palm Beach area, told reporters that she noticed the bright flare in the night sky on Sunday and thought it was somebody flashing a light. Mayer said she hit the record button on her camera just in time to capture the rare sight. 'I was like, 'Wow! That's weird,' said Mayer.
'I just started videotaping, and that's when it happened.' The bright flare that many saw was likely a sporadic meteor, said Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Sabrina Laberdesque. A sporadic meteor is a rocky object that comes from the asteroid belt, Mike Hankey, operations manager for the American Meteor Society in New York, told NBC News.
He said that his organization received 27 reports within about the first two hours of the incident, an unusual amount for what he called a 'common' event. 'This is a lot of reports to come in quickly,' Hankey said. Source read more