Through binoculars, a Texan spotted a bright amber orb in the sky, twice the size of Jupiter. If that was all there was to it, you could easily shrug it off as a star, planet, or satellite. However after about 10 seconds of viewing it, it abruptly disappeared (as the best UFOs tend to do). This is the second sighting of the past few weeks to feature a sighting near Mexico - earlier in the month, someone witnessed a similar UFO in the Brownsville area. I don't usually get many reports from South Texas, so I find that interesting, but don't have any reason to believe (so far) that the sightings are related.
Apparently there were multiple witnesses, as the witness only ventured out to look for the UFO after hearing "reports of something in the western sky." Did you see this UFO? Let me know.
Here's the full MUFON report:
After hearing of reports of something in the western sky. I scanned the evening sky with my binoculars. While viewing a orange amber light suddenly appeared. The amber orb was circular and bright and about the twice the size of the planet Jupiter if viewing through the naked eye. It appeared over Mexico or some miles from the Rio Grande/US MX Border. The event lasted for about 10 seconds and then the object disappeared.