The MUFON report out of Spring is from February 22, and it describes a pulsating, blue orb darting back and forth in the sky and also hovering for a while. Another tweet out of Spring, TX confirms this sighting.
The MUFON report out of the Woodlands is from the 23rd, and in it, someone walking their dog spotted some odd looking red lights in the sky headed toward them, only to disappear and make room for a black orb. More red lights showed up later, but of course disappeared again. The witness crossed paths with another neighbor who was also able to see the UFOs, too.
Meanwhile, in nearby Cypress (possibly on the 23rd as well, the video was uploaded on the 24th), someone watched red lights move about the sky in a strange fashion, fading in and out. Local Houston news station ABC13.com uploaded the video (below). Unfortunately, you can barely make out the UFOs in the very dark nighttime video.
Cypress, TX Video:
Commentary from the video:
oh my god, what IS this?
Driving home eastbound on cypresswood dr. between TC Jester and Kuykendahl. Saw bright light in the sky, thought first it was a helicopter,it was pulsating blue oval shaped. It went straight then changed direction back and forth, up and down, it also hovered for a moment and then I lost sight behind the trees. It moved with different speeds.
We were walking the dog, and noticed a strange red light floating toward us, followed by a second light. There was no sound. We are used to seeing airplanes but this was not the same path and was definitely not an airplane. It was much to low. Then, a black orb was observed crossing under the full moon. Just as quickly the red lights just disappeared into the night sky. We continued our walk home and suddenly two more lights appeared in the same path following each other in a straight line, they too disappeared. Fortunately, we ran into another dog walking neighbor and we pointed them out to him. He watched one as one disappeared. Our neighborhood loop is 4/10 of a mile. I was certain more were to follow but none came. They reminded us of a red lantern, but not aware of any celebrations in the area.