At about 5:25 am this morning, I was starting to get tired of walking around and reading, so I had decided to call it a night. I was on Oak St., walking towards the 7-Eleven, and I was almost to Ave. B. I was about to cross Oak and head into the 7-Eleven for something to drink before I went home when I saw something in the sky, above the dry cleaners. It was a bright, glowing blue... thing, a ball, I guess... it didn't look like anything recognizable. Just a bright, bluish white blob. Anyway, this bright thing moved erratically from the right to the left for about a second and a half, and then it disappeared. I immediately thought to myself, "Self, what the heck was that you just saw?" I jogged down the sidewalk so that a tree wouldn't be in the way, to see if I could see it again. I caught another glimpse of it briefly, and then it disappeared for good.
I have absolutely zero clue as to what it could have realistically been. Maybe ball lightning? Is that realistic? It definitely qualified as bright and glowing, so maybe it was a plasma that ball lightning is thought to be comprised of. Who knows? It certainly was weird.