WATCH: Meteorologist Explains Why the Virginia Beach "Boom" Was so Shocking

Multiple reports came in Monday night after a loud boom was heard around the area. 

Many have reported hearing the noise from southern Virginia Beach into Chesapeake, Portsmouth and Suffolk around 6:30 p.m.

Some say they had hanging photos fall off the walls after their houses shook. No damage or injuries were reported.

The National Weather in Wakefield said in a tweet Tuesday morning the loud noise heard across the area appears to have been a sonic boom that was "perhaps ducted/augmented by a temperature inversion due to persistent low cloud cover yesterday."

This was an explanation that WAVY TV-10 Chief Meteorologist Don Slater shared on Monday night.

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