The witness writes:
"The sighting took place this morning while I was heading home towards Toronto on the QEW. I had worked a night shift in Burlington and got on the road at around 4:15 am. The weather had been weird all night. 16 degrees, strong winds and then a torrential downpour followed by a very rapid cold front at around 2:30 am. I figured the weather had something to do with the tailings of the hurricane down south.
I work in the film industry. The crew uses walkie talkies to communicate on set and they were having a lot of trouble and weird interference all night. The cloud cover was fairly thick but with intermittent periods where the night sky was visible. At around 4:45am I noticed two lights hovering in and around the clouds at roughly 35 degrees (straight up being 90 degrees and the ground being 0) in a south south east direction. They were both bright, one more so than the other and they seemed to pulse and change brightness. Its hard to gauge how far apart they were from one another given the lack of perspective or reference but it seemed as though they were hovering 'together.'
I watched them for close to 20 minutes and their positions didn't change. Unlike airplanes coming in to land, there were no blinking lights, no reds or greens, just whitish blue light, like very bright stars or planets. They were, however, too close to be stars. The fast moving clouds seemed to envelope them at times and pass them by. They hovered in the same place and at some point became enveloped in cloud cover and disappeared. I am wondering if any other reports have come in about this. I'd be interested to know if anyone had any other perspective or vantage point on these lights or if there have been any similar sightings recently. "