A parent and their son were driving along, when the son noticed some strange lights in the sky, So, they changed their route and followed the lights, which were simply hovering in the sky, not moving at all. There were eight to ten of the lights and they were orange in color. Could these have been road flares or Chinese lanterns? Seems odd if that was the case, as they appeared to be stationary for quite some time. As well, they eventually moved behind a cloud (or the cloud moved in front of them, I'm not sure). The pair of witnesses was about to take a photo when they lost sight.
However, they did draw what they saw:
Here's the full MUFON report:
My son and I were traveling west on a street about three miles north of amarillo, Tx. As we were about to approach a stop sign at an adjacent street, my son asked, "Do you see some lights ahead of us?" I looked and did not see lights. I said no I don't see anything. He then said while pointing, over there (toward the northwest). I looked again and I did see them approximately a quarter to half mile away. We then proceded to cross the street that we were stopped at and get a better look. We drove about a quarter of a mile until we were almost due south of the objects. We did not notice any movement at all. They appeared stationary. We did not witness any change in the lights intensity while watching them. I looked for evidence of aircraft, but there were no other lights blinking, or flashing. There were 8-10 of these orange lights arranged in a very narrow area in the sky. There was no real pattern to the arrangement of the lights other than they were more or less scattered in a narrow vertical area. Once we came to a stop to take a picture, they slowly moved into a cloud base without us getting the chance to take a photo. There was no visible light refraction from the clouds.