A local meteorologist in Hereford noticed an anomaly on the weather radar for Lubbock, Texas - specifically a large hovering object that doesn't act like a cloud or other typical weather pattern. The witness attached photos and a video (scroll down) of the radar to a MUFON report:
Anomaly measured on Lubbock, Texas weather radar (KLBB) at approx 7K feet. Is stationary through several radar cycles. The same object does not appear when viewed from the Amarillo, Texas radar (KAMA) where the beam intersects the same area at approx 4K feet. Meaning, that the Amarillo radar beam passed "under" the object that reflected a signal to the Lubbock radar when sensed the object at 7K feet. I'm a meteorologists and have been using radar remote sensing for 20-years, this object isn't "weather" such as a cloud as it does not move in a lateral direction through several radar cycles.
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