Another day, another five minutes of legal fireworks—not to be confused with illegal fireworks happening all over the city. Tuesday night's fireworks display took place in New York Harbor near the Statue Of Liberty, making them visible to parts of Lower Manhattan, northern Staten Island, northern Brooklyn and New Jersey. But unlike Monday night's legal displays, which happened just before 10 p.m., last night's "surprise" display didn't get started until close to 11 p.m.

Check out some videos of it below if you want to feel like the 4th Of July already happened:

Macy's will continue to do these brief, unannounced fireworks displays in each borough all week, culminating in a two-hour 4th of July television special on Saturday, showing all five displays along with a tribute to health care workers and first responders, plus "something very special" at the Empire State Building.

On Monday night, the fireworks happened on the East River off of Long Island City and in Coney Island.

As you likely already know, the locations and times of each display will not be revealed until shortly before they are set to begin in order to discourage crowds gathering. On both Monday and Tuesday, the announcement came at 8 p.m. via Notify NYC, so check that account later today to find out if your neighborhood is currently being blessed with legal fireworks, or just the regular old illegal ones. And if you spot the fireworks in your area, you can share your photos and video to tips@gothamist.com.

Also, keep in mind that legal fireworks can be just as stressful for pets as illegal ones, so maybe think twice about bringing them out to see the fireworks in person.