A strange light path discovered in the skies over Northern California has witnesses ask what exactly they saw. USA Today reports that some eyewitnesses in Redding reported that early Wednesday evening a circular object had quickly fallen into the sky before the sky appeared in the sky. Scott Carroll, a meteorologist at the National Meteorological Service in Eureka, said shots in the series indicate that the sky started in the sky and went down to earth, but he could not say exactly what he caused. The NWS in Eureka suggested it might be a meteor speculating on Twitter: "We think this could have been a #Meteor sometime between 5:30 pm and 5:40 pm." It could also be debris from a satellite. There were also unconfirmed reports of a possible plane crash and fire in the Fall River Mills area of Shasta district. The curvy pattern of the strip was most likely caused by changing wind patterns, Carroll said.