The National Weather Service reported that there was a meteorological display in the nation’s capital.
The National Weather service issued a meteorology alert in the Washington, DC area.
The weather service’s advisory was issued just after midnight, which is when the fireworks display was originally scheduled to take place.
Weather services meteorologists at several locations around the country are reporting that they saw an “orange/yellow” light in the sky and the lights started to move and move, eventually moving in a straight line.
The Washington, Metropolitan Area Weather Center reported the displays were real, as was the National Weather System in the area.ABC News’ Michaela Carollo contributed to this report.