A tsunami warning device about 200 miles off the coast of New Jersey went into “event mode” over the weekend, but there were no giant waves threatening the Shore, according to the National Data Buoy Center. “It went into event mode while it was being serviced,” a center representative said Monday morning. “It wasn’t an actual event.”

That means there were no earthquakes or tsunamis in the region, and also no confirmed meteors crashing into the Atlantic Ocean — one of the theories posed in a report by SuperStation95.com. The website noted an ocean buoy out in the Atlantic recorded a big drop of 88 feet in the ocean level at about 6:38 p.m. Saturday, quickly followed by a huge rise of 180 feet. FULL REPORT